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301. Ryland picnic basket, Deer Lake 
 Ryland picnic basket, Deer Lake Baskets; A large picnic basket belonging to Roxanne Ryland, Deer Lake. This basket was constructed by a Mr.Lodge of Deer Lake. Date of construction and materials used is unknown.

302. Small woven basket with diamond wrap ears, St. John's 
 Small woven basket with diamond wrap ears, St. John's Baskets; A small woven basket with diamond wrap ears, belonging to Mary Chalker. Purachsed at the first Craft Council craft fair at the arts and Culture Centre in St. John's in 1974. Front view. 7.5cm tall from base to rim hoop, 16.5 cm diameter measured between the ears and 16.5cm tall from base to handle hoop.

303. Small woven basket with diamond wrap ears, St. John's 
 Small woven basket with diamond wrap ears, St. John's Baskets; A small woven basket with diamond wrap ears, belonging to Mary Chalker. Purachsed at the first Craft Council craft fair at the arts and Culture Centre in St. John's in 1974.Inside view of basket and ear.7.5cm tall from base to rim hoop, 16.5 cm diameter measured between the ears and 16.5cm tall from base to handle hoop.

304. Small woven basket with diamond wrap ears, St. John's 
 Small woven basket with diamond wrap ears, St. John's Baskets; A small woven basket with diamond wrap ears, belonging to Mary Chalker. Purachsed at the first Craft Council craft fair at the arts and Culture Centre in St. John's in 1974.Inside view of basket. 7.5cm tall from base to rim hoop, 16.5 cm diameter measured between the ears and 16.5cm tall from base to handle hoop.

305. Small woven basket with diamond wrap ears, St. John's 
 Small woven basket with diamond wrap ears, St. John's Baskets; A small woven basket with diamond wrap ears, belonging to Mary Chalker. Purachsed at the first Craft Council craft fair at the arts and Culture Centre in St. John's in 1974. Side view of basket with close up on diamond wrap ear.7.5cm tall from base to rim hoop, 16.5 cm diameter measured between the ears and 16.5cm tall from base to handle hoop.

306. Spruce root basket, Bay St. George
 Spruce root basket, Bay St. George Baskets; A round spruce root basket with diamond wrapped ears made by Anthony White of Bay St. George. Constructed c1960. Inside view. 17cmx 15cmx15cm

307. Spruce root basket, Bay St. George
 Spruce root basket, Bay St. George Baskets; A round spruce root basket with diamond wrapped ears made by Anthony White of Bay St. George. Constructed c1960. Bottom view. 17cmx 15cmx15cm

308. Spruce root planter made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Spruce root planter made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A spruce root-woven planter constructed by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This planter now belongs to Jacqueline White Snook of Flat Bay. Materials used are spruce roots with withrod or wild raisin boning, dipped in linseed oil for preservation. 34cmx26cm

309. Spruce root planter made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Spruce root planter made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A spruce root-woven planter constructed by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This planter now belongs to Jacqueline White Snook of Flat Bay. Materials used are spruce roots with withrod or wild raisin boning, dipped in linseed oil for preservation. 34cmx26cm

310. Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook
 Tipple lunch basket, Corner Brook Baskets; This lunch basket belongs to retired railway worker Clayton Tipple. Tipple worked for the Newfoundland Railway (in both St.John's and Bay Roberts) from 1954 to 1990, and had worked his way to Trainmaster. This basket was constructed in 1965 and used until Tipple's retirement in 1990. The basket has been personalized with union stickers and what may possibly be a payroll or employee number, "602792-2". The creator and materials used are unknown. 20.5cmx18cmx35cm.

311. Fishing creel with fish decal, Main Brook
 Fishing creel with fish decal, Main Brook Baskets; A woven fishing creel made from round reed produced from palm ratten. There is a wooden fish decoration on the lid and the handle is not handmade. Made by Helga Gillard, December 2011, in Main Brook.

312. G.Barker mill lunch basket and mill handbooks, Grand Falls-Windsor 
 G.Barker mill lunch basket and mill handbooks, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Glen Freddie Barker, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Barker, who worked in the mill as a paper maker from August 1980-2008. Geln Barker is shown holding two mill worker hand books.

313. Coiled grass basket with lid, Labrador
 Coiled grass basket with lid, Labrador Baskets; A coiled grass basket with lid. Creator and date of construction unknown. Side view, lid off. 17.5cmx9cm

314. Trout Basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Trout Basket made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; A woven trout basket, made by Anthony White of Shallop Cove. This basket now belongs to Mr. White's daughter, Jacqueline White Snook of Flay Bay. The basket was constructed c1980 from spruce root, a wooden toggle, rope for the strap and withrod boning. 24.5cmx23cmx28cm.

315. Two mill lunch baskets on a shelf, Corner Brook
 Two mill lunch baskets on a shelf, Corner Brook Baskets; A woven mill lunch basket with thin metal handles and a plywood lid. This lunch basket was used in the Bowater mill in Corner Brook. Creator, materials and date of construction unknown. Also shown is a brown plywood lunch basket used in Corner Brook. Creator and date of construction unknown.

316. Fishing creel with fish decal, Main Brook
 Fishing creel with fish decal, Main Brook Baskets; A woven fishing creel made from round reed produced from palm ratten. There is a wooden fish decoration on the lid and the handle is not handmade. Made by Helga Gillard, December 2011, in Main Brook.

317. Thorne mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windsor
 Thorne mill lunch basket, Grand Falls Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Sandra Colbourne, Grand Falls-Windsor. This basket was used by Matthew Chesley Thorne, Colbourne's father. Thorne worked in the machine shop in the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor from 1942 until his retirement in 1990. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn c1950. Material used is broken off hockey sticks. Written on the inside of the lid, in pencil, is a heart with Thorne's wife's name (Marge), his payroll number (1055 4388) and the phrase "sugar my love".

318. Two spruce root "half baskets" made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Two spruce root "half baskets" made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; Two small "half baskets" made by Anthony White of Shallop Cove, c1980. These baskets are made in the Acadian spruce root-woven ribbed basket design and now belong to Mr. White's daughter, Jacqueline White Snook of Flat Bay. Materials used are spruce root, dipped in linseed oil for preservation. 6cmx6.5cmx13cm

319. Woven mill lunch basket belonging to Terry Penney, Corner Brook
 Woven mill lunch basket belonging to Terry Penney, Corner Brook Baskets; A woven mill lunch basket belonging to Terry Penney of Corner Brook. Penney worked in the mill and the basket was used from 1976 to the present. The creator and exact date of construction are unknown as this was handed down to Penney by a friend. The materials used are plywood and birch. The metal pieces on the handles are the copper bases from lightbulbs, hammered flat. The stickers on the basket came from the hospital, as Penney had to be taken there one day when he took sick at the mill. Penney's payroll number, "4615" is also marked on the basket. 20.5cmx17cmx30.5cm.

320. Don Gale, author of Francie and the Basket Women,holding a copy of the book, Stephenville
 Don Gale, author of Francie and the Basket Women,holding a copy of the book, Stephenville Baskets; Don Gale, author of Francie and the Basket Women, holding a copy of the children's book which is set in Newfoundland and tells the tale of a little girl, Francie, who runs away from the dentist and hops aboard a train. While on the train Francie meets several basket makers, one of which cure her tooth ache.
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