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121. Cupids 6, Near Municipal Depot, Cupids
 Cupids 6, Near Municipal Depot, Cupids Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Cellar structure is not visible due to darkness of picture.

122. Pomeroy, Charlotte Somerton, 1. Charlotte Somerton Pomeroy discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Pomeroy, Charlotte Somerton, 1. Charlotte Somerton Pomeroy discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Charlotte Somerton Pomeroy discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

123. Pomeroy, Charlotte Somerton, 2. Charlotte Somerton Pomeroy discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Pomeroy, Charlotte Somerton, 2. Charlotte Somerton Pomeroy discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Charlotte Somerton Pomeroy discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

124. Fowler property well 1
 Fowler property well 1 Water Sources; Water Springs; Christine Fowler showed us her well which was dug 60 or 70 years ago. The covering of the well is a traditional style wellhouse, with a pitched roof and a circular base around the well opening.

125. Fowler property well 1 top open
 Fowler property well 1 top open Water Sources; Water Springs; Christine's father James added the concrete top to the well himself several years ago.

126. Benson, Clothilda. Clothilda Benson discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Benson, Clothilda. Clothilda Benson discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Clothilda Benson discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

127. Thorpes Rd. collapsed root cellar, Portugal Cove-St.Philip's. Thorpes Rd. collapsed root cellar, Portugal Cove-St.Philip's. Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Collapsed root cellar on Thorpes Rd. in St. Philips, Newfoundland.

128. Brigus root cellar 1, exterior, collapsed roof, Brigus, Newfoundland
 Brigus root cellar 1, exterior, collapsed roof, Brigus, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Collapsing root cellar in Brigus

129. Brigus root cellar 1, exterior, Brigus, Newfoundland
 Brigus root cellar 1, exterior, Brigus, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Collapsing root cellar in Brigus

130. Brigus root cellar 1, collapsed interior, Brigus, Newfoundland
 Brigus root cellar 1, collapsed interior, Brigus, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Collapsing root cellar in Brigus

131. Harbour Grace root cellar 4, side, Harbour Grace, Newfoundland
 Harbour Grace root cellar 4, side, Harbour Grace, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Collapsing root cellar in Harbour Grace

132. Harbour Grace root cellar 4, front, Harbour Grace, Newfoundland
 Harbour Grace root cellar 4, front, Harbour Grace, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Collapsing root cellar in Harbour Grace

133. Upper Island Cove Root Cellar 4, collapsing exterior
 Upper Island Cove Root Cellar 4, collapsing exterior Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Collapsing root cellar located on Greens Rd. in Upper Island Cove. Originally owned by William Mercer (1868-1925) and wife Sueanna. It was passed to their son Leander Mercer (1916-2003), and then to Leander’s son Howard Mercer (1933-2004) and his wife Ruby, who currently owns the cellar. Approximate dimension of the cellar are 2.5 m x 3 m. It was originally constructed with rock and renovated to include concrete interior.

134. Upper Island Cove Root Cellar 4, shed and mound
 Upper Island Cove Root Cellar 4, shed and mound Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Collapsing root cellar located on Greens Rd. in Upper Island Cove. Originally owned by William Mercer (1868-1925) and wife Sueanna. It was passed to their son Leander Mercer (1916-2003), and then to Leander’s son Howard Mercer (1933-2004) and his wife Ruby, who currently owns the cellar. Approximate dimension of the cellar are 2.5 m x 3 m. It was originally constructed with rock and renovated to include concrete interior.

135. Upper Island Cove Root Cellar 4, collapsing interior
 Upper Island Cove Root Cellar 4, collapsing interior Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Collapsing root cellar located on Greens Rd. in Upper Island Cove. Originally owned by William Mercer (1868-1925) and wife Sueanna. It was passed to their son Leander Mercer (1916-2003), and then to Leander’s son Howard Mercer (1933-2004) and his wife Ruby, who currently owns the cellar. Approximate dimension of the cellar are 2.5 m x 3 m. It was originally constructed with rock and renovated to include concrete interior.

136. Placentia Community Garden
 Placentia Community Garden Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Community garden in Placentia. Discussed by Elaine Murray in audio interview.

137. Wyse concrete cellar, exterior, Placentia
 Wyse concrete cellar, exterior, Placentia Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Concrete root cellar located in Placentia built by John Wyse approximately 1940s. Discussed by Elaine Murray in audio interview.The lack of earth surrounding the cellar foundation makes this cellar unusual and less effective. After being unused for a number of years, it was used by Elaine Murray to store vegetables grown in Placentia community garden in 2010 but did not preserve produce as well as was hoped. It is currently being used as a shed to store paint, construction materials, and other miscellaneous items. Interior measures 1.45 x 1.9 m and is 1.65 m in height. Exterior door opens to 1.85 m long hallway to second door which opens to cellar. "

138. Conway, Dick. Dick Conway discusses working high steel.
 Conway, Dick. Dick Conway discusses working high steel. Architecture, building and construction; Conway, Dick. Dick Conway discusses working high steel.

139. Conway, Dick. Dick Conway poses with bolt and wrenches
 Conway, Dick. Dick Conway poses with bolt and wrenches Architecture, building and construction; Tools and Equipment; Conway, Dick. Dick Conway poses with bolt and wrenches that would have been used in high steel work.

140. Conway, Dick. Dick Conway poses with bolt and wrenches
 Conway, Dick. Dick Conway poses with bolt and wrenches Architecture, building and construction; Tools and Equipment; Conway, Dick. Dick Conway poses with bolt and wrenches that would have been used in high steel work.
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