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301. Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, stem, Gander Bay. 
 Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, stem, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay Boat (Gander River Boat) built by Basil Gillingham in George’s Point, Gander Bay and owned by Calvin Saunders.

302. Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, stern, Gander Bay. 
 Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, stern, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay Boat (Gander River Boat) built by Basil Gillingham in George’s Point, Gander Bay and owned by Calvin Saunders.

303. Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, view from stern 1, Gander Bay. 
 Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, view from stern 1, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay Boat (Gander River Boat) built by Basil Gillingham in George’s Point, Gander Bay and owned by Calvin Saunders.

304. Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, view from stern 2, Gander Bay. 
 Gillingam, Basil. Gander Bay Boat/Gander River Boat, view from stern 2, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay Boat (Gander River Boat) built by Basil Gillingham in George’s Point, Gander Bay and owned by Calvin Saunders.

305. Gillingham, Basil. Gander Bay Boat built by Basil, George's Point, Gander Bay, 2.
 Gillingham, Basil. Gander Bay Boat built by Basil, George's Point, Gander Bay, 2. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay boat (Gander River boat) built by Basil Gillingham, winter 2012-13. “Gunnels, stem, stern, counter – all that’s spruce. She’s 24’4 long and 18 inches deep. She’s 27 inches on the counter where the motor is, and she’s 28 inches on the stem high,” Basil says. Made of all local woods, she’s finished with fir planks and fitted with a 15 HP Yamaha outboard motor.

306. Gillingham, Basil. Gander Bay Boat built by Basil, George's Point, Gander Bay, 1.
 Gillingham, Basil. Gander Bay Boat built by Basil, George's Point, Gander Bay, 1. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay boat (Gander River boat) built by Basil Gillingham, winter 2012-13. “Gunnels, stem, stern, counter – all that’s spruce. She’s 24’4 long and 18 inches deep. She’s 27 inches on the counter where the motor is, and she’s 28 inches on the stem high,” Basil says. Made of all local woods, she’s finished with fir planks and fitted with a 15 HP Yamaha outboard motor.

307. Gillingham, Basil. July 9, 2013. Crystal Braye and Ryan Stacey interviewing Basil Gillingham, George's Gillingham, Basil. July 9, 2013. Crystal Braye and Ryan Stacey interviewing Basil Gillingham, George's Point, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Interview conducted outdoors on shore of Gander River where Basil is showing Crystal Braye and Ryan Stacey his Gander Bay boat (also known as a Gander River Boat). Basil talks about building materials; the demensions of the boat; construction details; plane and boat collision on the river; getting to Gander

308. Grant, F., Mar. 21, 1979. David Taylor interviewing Fred Grant regarding boatbuilding. Grant, F., Mar. 21, 1979. David Taylor interviewing Fred Grant regarding boatbuilding. Boatbuilding; Architecture, building and construction; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; David Taylor interviewing Fred Grant regarding boatbuilding, New Perlican, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Interview takes place March 21, 1979. Mr. Grant discusses methods and materials used in boatbuilding. He tells of his time spent working as a fisher, miner, woodsman, mechanic, and painter.

309. Grease cups on Atlantic engine. This is a different set up then normally occurs. Grease cups on Atlantic engine. This is a different set up then normally occurs. Boats; Motorboats; Grease cups on an Atlantic engine running in Bay d'Espoir. Usually the grease cups extend out the bottom of the engine but this owner has set things up a little differently by having the grease cups separate from the engine.

310. Greene, Theresa and Cynthia Randell, pillow top
 Greene, Theresa and Cynthia Randell, pillow top Textiles; A pillow top created by Theresa Green at a workshop that took place at the Logger's Life Museum bunkhouse in the summer of 2013. The workshop was instructed by Nicole Penney as a partnership with The Heritage Foundation's Intangible Cultural Heritage Office and The Rooms Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador, Museums Division. This pillow top was created on a large, vinatge pillow top frame that is an artifact from the Millertown Museum. The pillow top was later purchased from Greene by Cynthia Randell in October 2013. The pillow top has been sewn onto the top of an existing pillow as a decorative cover.

311. Handmade battery coil, by Max Clarke, Paradise Handmade battery coil, by Max Clarke, Paradise Handmade battery coil with 6 Acadia Make and Break in the background, Paradise

312. Handmade battery coil, by Max Clarke, Paradise Handmade battery coil, by Max Clarke, Paradise Handmade battery coil made by Max Clarke, Paradise

313. Harnum, H., Aug. 15, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Herbert Harnum regarding boatbuilding. Harnum, H., Aug. 15, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Herbert Harnum regarding boatbuilding. Boatbuilding; Architecture, building and construction; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; David Taylor interviewing Herbert Harnum regarding boatbuilding, Wintertion, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Interview takes place August 15, 1979. Mr. Harnum discusses different types of boats and building methods. He also discusses working with his family as a fisher.

314. Harnum, H., Aug. 15, 1979, Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Herbert Harnum regarding boatbuilding. Harnum, H., Aug. 15, 1979, Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Herbert Harnum regarding boatbuilding. Boatbuilding; Architecture, building and construction; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; Part two of David Taylor's august 15, 1979 interview with Herbert Harnum regarding boatbuilding, Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Mr. Harnum discusses different boat-designs, what makes a good boat, other boat builders, and prices charged for boats.

315. Harnum, Herbert. Herbert Harnum Describes a Good Boat Harnum, Herbert. Herbert Harnum Describes a Good Boat Boats; Boatbuilding; Architecture, building and construction; Watercraft; A clip from David Taylor's August 15, 1979 interview with Herbert Harnum. Mr. Harnum describes the qualities of a good boat. Interview takes place in Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland.

316. Hayward, William John "Jack". Joelle Carey interviews William John "Jack" Hayward. July 8, 2012. Bonavista
 Hayward, William John "Jack". Joelle Carey interviews William John "Jack" Hayward. July 8, 2012. Bonavista Boats; Motorboats; Joelle Carey interviews William John 'Jack' Hayward about make and break engines

317. Hedges mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hedges mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Bob Hedges, Grand Falls-Windsor. Hedges worked as a millwright from 1956-1994. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn in the late 1950s or early 1960s. The material used is either broken off hockey sticks, birch or pine. This basket also has a name plate, this was not made by Gunn, but more likely was made in the mill.

318. Hedges mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hedges mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Bob Hedges, Grand Falls-Windsor. Hedges worked as a millwright from 1956-1994. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn in the late 1950s or early 1960s. The material used is either broken off hockey sticks, birch or pine. This basket also has a name plate, this was not made by Gunn, but more likely was made in the mill.

319. Hedges mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hedges mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Bob Hedges, Grand Falls-Windsor. Hedges worked as a millwright from 1956-1994. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn in the late 1950s or early 1960s. The material used is either broken off hockey sticks, birch or pine. This basket also has a name plate, this was not made by Gunn, but more likely was made in the mill.

320. Hedges mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor
 Hedges mill lunch basket, Grand Falls-Windsor Baskets; A mill lunch basket belonging to Bob Hedges, Grand Falls-Windsor. Hedges worked as a millwright from 1956-1994. The basket was constructed by Angus Gunn in the late 1950s or early 1960s. The material used is either broken off hockey sticks, birch or pine. This basket also has a name plate, this was not made by Gunn, but more likely was made in the mill.
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