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221. Woven cradle with rocker and diamond curlique designs on hood, Nova Scotia
 Woven cradle with rocker and diamond curlique designs on hood, Nova Scotia Baskets; A woven cradle with rocker and diamond curlique designs on hood. Made in Nova Scotia. Creator is unknown. Material used is most likely ash. Constructed c1900. Height is 18cm from base to hood, length of body is 56cm. Cose up of hood and rocker.

222. Woven cradle with rocker and diamond curlique designs on hood, Nova Scotia
 Woven cradle with rocker and diamond curlique designs on hood, Nova Scotia Baskets; A woven cradle with rocker and diamond curlique designs on hood. Made in Nova Scotia. Creator is unknown. Material used is most likely ash. Constructed c1900. Height is 18cm from base to hood, length of body is 56cm. Close up of diamond curlique design.

223. Woven basket, Nova Scotia
 Woven basket, Nova Scotia Baskets; A woven Mi'kmaq witherod basket, made in Nova Scotia. Creator and date of construction are unknown. Materials used are red osier dogwood and wild willow. 24cmx16cm.

224. Woven berry basket, Conception Bay 
 Woven berry basket, Conception Bay Baskets; A woven basket belonging to Liz Hanrahan, which had belonged to her mother (born 1918), who was given the basket by her aunt, Laura Menchington of Conception Bay (DOB unknown). The age of the basket is unknown, but Hanrahan believes it was constructed c1900. The basket was always referred to as "Aunt Laura's berry picking basket".

225. Woven lunch basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Woven lunch basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A woven lunch basket constructed by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This basket now belongs to Mr. White's daughter, Jacqueline White Snook, or Flat Bay. This basket was constructed c1970 and the materials used are spruce root, withrod or wild raisin boning, a metal clasp and the basket is coated in linseed oil. Mr. White constructed about a dozen of these baskets, which were sold to workers of the local gypsum plant.

226. Woven lunch basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Woven lunch basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A woven lunch basket constructed by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This basket now belongs to Mr. White's daughter, Jacqueline White Snook, or Flat Bay. This basket was constructed c1970 and the materials used are spruce root, withrod or wild raisin boning, a metal clasp and the basket is coated in linseed oil. Mr. White constructed about a dozen of these baskets, which were sold to workers of the local gypsum plant.

227. Woven jewelry box made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Woven jewelry box made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A spruce root-woven jewelry box constructed by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This jewelry box now belongs to Jacqueline White Snook of Flat Bay. Materials used are spruce roots with withrod or wild raisin boning. 13.5cmx8.5cmx19.2cm

228. Woven berry basket, Conception Bay. Bottom of basket. 
 Woven berry basket, Conception Bay. Bottom of basket. Baskets; A woven basket belonging to Liz Hanrahan, which had belonged to her mother (born 1918), who was given the basket by her aunt, Laura Menchington of Conception Bay (DOB unknown). The age of the basket is unknown, but Hanrahan believes it was constructed c1900. The basket was always referred to as "Aunt Laura's berry picking basket".

229. Wells mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 Wells mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A woven mill lunch basket belonging to Neal Wells, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Wells in the mill from 1946-1962, where he worked as a millwright in the machine shop. This basket was given to Wells by Robert Mouland but the creator, date of construction and materials used are unknown.

230. Woven baby bassinet on stand, St. John's
 Woven baby bassinet on stand, St. John's Baskets; A woven baby bassinet on a stand belonging to Frances Barnable. Purchased in 1959 at the CNIB on Water St., St. John's. 96cm long, 62cm wide, 71 cm high. Side view, liner in.

231. Woven mill basket with Peterboro Basket Co. stamp, Corner Brook
 Woven mill basket with Peterboro Basket Co. stamp, Corner Brook Baskets; A woven mill basket made by the Peterboro Basket Co., date of construction unknown. This basket belonged to Thomas Murley and was used in the Bowater paper mill in Corner Brook from 1941 to 1971. He worked as a machine tender on the #7 machine.

232. Wells mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 Wells mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A woven mill lunch basket belonging to Neal Wells, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Wells in the mill from 1946-1962, where he worked as a millwright in the machine shop. This basket was given to Wells by Robert Mouland but the creator, date of construction and materials used are unknown.

233. Woven mill basket with Peterboro Basket Co. stamp, Corner Brook
 Woven mill basket with Peterboro Basket Co. stamp, Corner Brook Baskets; A woven mill basket made by the Peterboro Basket Co., date of construction unknown. This basket belonged to Thomas Murley and was used in the Bowater paper mill in Corner Brook from 1941 to 1971. He worked as a machine tender on the #7 machine.

234. Woven lunch basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Woven lunch basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A woven lunch basket constructed by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This basket now belongs to Mr. White's daughter, Jacqueline White Snook, or Flat Bay. This basket was constructed c1970 and the materials used are spruce root, withrod or wild raisin boning, a metal clasp and the basket is coated in linseed oil. Mr. White constructed about a dozen of these baskets, which were sold to workers of the local gypsum plant.

235. White-Snook, Jacqueline. Jacqueline White-Snook, March 21, 2012. Flat Bay. 
 White-Snook, Jacqueline. Jacqueline White-Snook, March 21, 2012. Flat Bay. Baskets; Dale Jarvis interviews Jacqueline White-Snook regarding her father, Anthony White's, basket making. White was a renowned Mik'maq basket maker in Newfoundland.

236. Wall pouch basket, Main Brook
 Wall pouch basket, Main Brook Baskets; A woven wall pouch basket constructed using flat and round reeds with a sea grass rim filler. The basket is stained with a combination of tung oil and Natural Minwax. Made by Helga Gillard, September 2011, in Main Brook.

237. Price mill lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Price mill lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; This mill lunch basket belongs to Larry Chesley Price and was used when he worked in the pulp and paper mill in Corner Brook as an electrician contractor. The basket was purchased for $15 in Humber Mouth, c1980. The basket has been personalized with union stickers, a name plate, and payroll number.

238. Curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor. Davis used this basket while working as a paper inspector at the mill. He worked in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1952 until retirement in 1990. The basket was also used by Davis' son in the 1980s while he worked in the mill part-time on weekends. The lunch basket was constructed by Leonard Raymond Osmond, Davis' uncle, who worked with Abitibi Price from 1921-1997. The material used is broken off hockey sticks and the date of construction is c1980. 20cmx16cmx31.5cm

239. Curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor. Davis used this basket while working as a paper inspector at the mill. He worked in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1952 until retirement in 1990. The basket was also used by Davis' son in the 1980s while he worked in the mill part-time on weekends. The lunch basket was constructed by Leonard Raymond Osmond, Davis' uncle, who worked with Abitibi Price from 1921-1997. The material used is broken off hockey sticks and the date of construction is c1980. 20cmx16cmx31.5cm

240. Curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A curved mill lunch basket, belonging to Walter Davis, Grand Falls-Windsor. Davis used this basket while working as a paper inspector at the mill. He worked in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1952 until retirement in 1990. The basket was also used by Davis' son in the 1980s while he worked in the mill part-time on weekends. The lunch basket was constructed by Leonard Raymond Osmond, Davis' uncle, who worked with Abitibi Price from 1921-1997. The material used is broken off hockey sticks and the date of construction is c1980. 20cmx16cmx31.5cm
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