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Date Range From
1885
Date Range To
1905
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
STEEL
Catalogue Number
P20020057001
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1885
Date Range To
1905
Materials
STEEL
No. Pieces
1
Height
0.3
Length
9.5
Width
2.0
Description
SILVER BUTTONHOOK. HANDLE FORMS A LOOSE FIGURE 8 SHAPE. HANDLE IS EMBOSSED WITH A DIAMOND PATTERN. EMBOSSED ON SHAFT OF HOOK IS "PAT. APD FOR". THERE IS A SMALL AMOUNT OF TARNISH ON UPPER SHAFT.
Subjects
CLOTHING-ACCESSORY
Historical Association
PERSONAL CARE
History
ITEM BELONGED TO DONOR'S HUSBAND'S GRANDMOTHER, MRS. HOWARD FRASER GREENWOOD, THE FIRST PERSON TO BUILD A HOUSE IN THE TOWNSITE OF LETHBRIDGE (OUT OF THE RIVER VALLEY). HOWARD FRASER GREENWOOD WAS BORN IN NOVA SCOTIA. BEFORE COMING TO SOUTHERN ALBERTA, MR. GREENWOOD WAS CHIEF ACCOUNTANT FOR THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANT AT WINNIPEG. IN 1882 HE ACCEPTED EMPLOYMENT WITH THE NORTH WESTERN COAL & NAVIGATION COMPANY AS THAT FIRM'S ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER AND CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, AND MOVED WITH HIS FAMILY TO FORT MACLEOD. IN 1885 THEY MOVED TO A COMPANY-BUILT HOUSE IN LETHBRIDGE. MR. GREENWOOD WAS ELECTED A MEMBER OF THE FIRST PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD IN 1888, FIRST POSTMASTER, AND FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE RIFLE ASSOCIATION IN 1886. HE LIVED IN LETHBRIDGE UNTIL 1900, AND THEN MOVED TO EDMONTON.
Catalogue Number
P20020057001
Acquisition Date
2003-07
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
IRON
Catalogue Number
P19990032076
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Materials
IRON
No. Pieces
1
Diameter
1.5
Description
1.5 CM (D). IRON; CIRCULAR; MINOR INACTIVE SURFACE CORROSION THROUGHOUT; POSSIBLY .60 CALIBER; WEIGHT 15.95 GMS. ***NOTE*** THIS ARTIFACT MAY BE LABELED AS P19990032009-GA (THERE IS NO ARTIFACT LABELED P19990032076-GA). THIS PROBLEM WAS PREVIOUSLY NOTED IN 2004 AND 2006 INVENTORIES. MOST RECENTLY NOTED IN 2011.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
ARCHAEOLOGY
History
ARTIFACT WAS RECOVERED FROM SITE DKPF-5; COORDINATES: SITE 3; VERTICAL COORDINATES: 2.0 X 1.0; FIELD NUMBER: FRAME 33, PLAT F. PROBABLY FIRED FROM A .60 CALIBER MUSKET.
Catalogue Number
P19990032076
Acquisition Date
1999-05
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
BOLERO
Date Range From
1889
Date Range To
1890
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
SILK, VELVET
Catalogue Number
P19990053028
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
BOLERO
Date Range From
1889
Date Range To
1890
Materials
SILK, VELVET
No. Pieces
1
Height
9.0
Length
38.0
Width
54.0
Description
SHORT WAISTED, WITH LONG SLEEVES. INDIGO SILK, W/ BLUE VELVET TRIM. FRONT OPENING HAS A ROUNDED TRIM ON IT, CONSISTING OF A BEIGE BACKGROUND OVERLAID WITH MULTICOLOURED SQUARES. EACH SIDE OF FRONT OPENING ALSO HAS THREE BUTTONS THAT ARE SQUARE SHAPED AND COVERED WITH BLUE VELVET, AND HAVE MULTICOLOURED THREAD WRAPPED AROUND THEM, ONCE HORIZONTALLY, AND ONCE VERTICALLY. THERE IS ANOTHER BUTTON (SAME AS ABOVE) ON EACH SIDE OF JACKET TOWARDS THE SIDES. BELOW THIS IS A TRIANGLE OF SAME TRIM USED ON FRONT OPENING. SLEEVES ARE GATHERED AT SHOULDERS. CUFFS OF SLEEVES EACH HAVE A BUTTON (AS ABOVE) AND CUFF IS FOLDED OVER TO REVEAL A TRIANGLE OF SAME MULTICOLOURED TRIM AS ABOVE. BACK OF JACKET ALSO HAS TWO BUTTONS (AS ABOVE) AT WAISTLINE. FRONT CLOSES WITH 4 HOOKS AND EYES. INSIDE OF JACKET IS LINED WITH IVORY SILK. INSIDE LEFT BREAST HAS A POCKET THAT APPEARS TO BE A FLAP POCKET BUT IS ACTUALLY A PATCH POCKET; HAS LIGHT GREEN TRIM AND AN IVORY RUFFLE AT TOP. JACKET HAS A NUMBER OF WORN SPOTS, RESULTING IN HOLES. JACKET IS COLLARLESS.
Subjects
CLOTHING-OUTERWEAR
Historical Association
PERSONAL CARE
History
STYLE OF JACKET SUGGESTS AN ORIGIN OF THE MID TO LATE 1800S, HOWEVER IS POSSIBLY A LATER REPRODUCTION. SEE P19990053001-GA FOR HISTORY. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON DONOR GAIL HOLLAND’S ACQUISITION, STEWARDSHIP AND GENERAL USE OF HER 1999-DONATED COLLECTION PLEASE REFER TO RECORD P19990053001. ***UPDATE: ARTIFACT INSIGHT BELOW SUBMITTED BY DONOR AND COLLECTIONS VOLUNTEER GAIL HOLLAND ON 19 APRIL 2011. “BOLERO STYLE JACKET SERVED AS A REFERENCE FOR DESIGNING & CONSTRUCTING A TRAVELLING COSTUME, CONSISTING OF A JACKET AND SKIRT, WORN BY LEA BLAQUIERE IN LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE’S PRODUCTION OF “THE KING AND I”, 1981 – TIME SETTING BEING THE 1860’S.”
Catalogue Number
P19990053028
Acquisition Date
2000-12
Collection
Museum
Images
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Other Name
LETHBRIDGE MINERS UNION NO. 59
Date Range From
1895
Date Range To
1905
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
GLASS, WOOD, VELVET
Catalogue Number
P20030051015
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
LETHBRIDGE MINERS UNION NO. 59
Date Range From
1895
Date Range To
1905
Materials
GLASS, WOOD, VELVET
No. Pieces
1
Height
3.0
Length
46.5
Width
26.7
Description
FRAMED RIBBON. RIBBON ITSELF CONSISTS OF A BLUE RIBBON BEHIND A SHORTER WHITE ONE, EACH WITH COILED GOLD TASSELS. RIBBONS ARE SUSPENDED FROM A BRASS PIN WITH THE IMAGE OF TWO HANDS IN A HANDSHAKE ON IT. WHITE RIBBON HAS TWO 3-DIMENSIONAL FLAGS (ONE U.S., ONE BRITISH) AND A 3 DIMENSIONAL DISC ON IT. DISC HAS THE IMAGE OF 3 MINING TOOLS WITH A BANNER WINDING THROUGH THEM THAT READS "IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH". ABOVE IMAGE OF TOOLS IS "WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS". BLUE RIBBON READS "LETHBRIDGE MINERS UNION NO. 59 LETHBRIDGE, N.W.T." IN SILVER. MOUNTING FOR RIBBON IS MORE CONTEMPORARY. INSET ON BURGUNDY VELVET, MATTE IS SAME VELVET. FRAME IS PAINTED GOLD, AND THERE IS BROWN PAPER COVERING ON BACK, ALONG WITH A WIRE FOR HANGING.
Subjects
PERSONAL SYMBOL
Historical Association
COAL MINING
ASSOCIATIONS
History
RETRIEVED FROM THE MINERS' LIBRARY BUILDING ON 13TH STREET NORTH AFTER ITS CLOSURE. LIBRARY MATERIALS AND MINING MEMORABILIA WERE KEPT IN A DISPLAY CASE LOCATED IN THE SOUTH WEST CORNER OF THE MAIN FLOOR CLUB ROOM. THE ORIGIN OF THE LETHBRIDGE MINERS' LIBRARY BEGINS WITH THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A LIBRARY AND READING ROOM BY THE EMPLOYEES OF THE ALBERTA RAILWAY AND COAL CO., IN 1890. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE LIBRARY WAS FOLLOWING IN THE TRADITION OF THE MECHANICS' LIBRARIES, ALSO CALLED MECAHNICS' INSTITUTES, THAT SPRANG UP ACROSS EASTERN NORTH AMERICA IN THE MID 1800S. THEY WERE SELF-HELP INSTITUTES SET UP BY WORKING MEN TO PROVIDE EDUCATION FOR WORKING MEN SO THEY COULD BETTER THEMSELVES IN LIFE. THE MINERS' LIBRARY WAS VERY IMPORTANT TO THOSE WHO WANTED TO MOVE UP THE ECHELON IN THE COAL MINE. IT WAS ORIGINALLY HOUSED IN A SMALL BUILDING NEXT DOOR TO 108 5TH STREET SOUTH, AND MEMBERSHIP WAS NOT RESTRICTED TO MINERS. A YEAR LATER THE EMPLOYEES RENOVATED THE FORMER #1 BOARDING HOUSE, LOCATED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF MACLEOD ROAD, FOR RELOCATION OF THE LIBRARY AND WHEN THIS LARGER BUILDING OPENED IT IS SAID TO HAVE HAD 300 BOOKS. WITH THE REORGANIZATION OF THE GALT COMPANIES IN 1904, THE AR&C COMPANY'S EMPLOYEES' READING ROOM AND LIBRARY SOCIETY BECAME THE ALBERTA RAILWAY AND IRRIGATION COMPANY'S EMPLOYEE'S READING ROOM AND LIBRARY SOCIETY. THE LIBRARY CONTAINED 1500 BOOKS, PLUS MANY MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS. IN 1908 THE SOCIETY WAS REFERRED TO AS THE GALT MINER'S LIBRARY, AND STILL IN THE #1 BOARDING HOUSE BUILDING, IT CONTAINED A BILLIARD ROOM AND GYMNASIUM. THE NEXT KNOWN MOVE OF THE LIBRARY WAS IN 1917 WHEN THE GALT MINES LIBRARY PURCHASED THE BAILEY ST. SCHOOL AND MOVED IT TO 733 13TH ST. NORTH - WHERE IT IS STILL PART OF THE MODERN BUILDING THAT USED TO BE THE MINER'S LIBRARY. AFTER THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A LIBRARY IN THE YMCA IN 1919 AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE CARNEGIE FUNDED LIBRARY IN GALT GARDENS, THE 'LIBRARY AND READING ROOM' ACTIVITIES BECAME OF LESSER IMPORTANCE. THE MINERS' LIBRARY BECAME MORE OF A SOCIAL CLUB WHICH HAS GIVEN GREAT FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO MANY ASPECTS OF THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY. A BAR AREA IN THE CLUB'S BASEMENT PROVIDED A SPACE FOR PRIVATE FUNCTIONS SUCH AS WEDDINGS, OFFICE PARTIES, FUNERALS AND VARIOUS CLUB ACTIVITIES. THE UPSTAIRS BLACK NUGGET LOUNGE OFFERED MEALS, DRINKS, LIVE MUSIC, DARTS, POOL, CRIB AND VLTS. LONG TIME MEMBERS COULD BUY THEIR CHAIR AND HAVE THEIR NAME ON IT. A REGISTERED NON-PROFIT SOCIETY, THE CLUB MADE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE FORMER ADAMS PARK BALL FIELD AND SPECTATOR STANDS, AND SUPPORTED MANY SPORTS AND SPORTS TEAMS THROUGH THE YEARS. THERE ARE ALSO SEVERAL PARKS THAT HAVE THEIR ROOTS IN FUNDS FROM THE LIBRARY. THE CLUB WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN BUILDING PAVAN PARK, AND VARIOUS SPORTS VENUES. AS MEMBERSHIP IN THE CLUB DWINDLED THE CLUB'S SALES COULD NOT COVER THE DAILY COSTS OF RUNNING THE OPERATION. IN 2000 FUNDRAISING EFFORTS WERE UNDERTAKEN, AND ALONG WITH AN AUCTION AND CRAFT AND BAKE SALES, THE CLUB SOLICITED DONATIONS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ITS HISTORY. HOWEVER, BY 2003 THE CLUB HAD ONLY 300 MEMBERS (LESS THAN 1/3 OF THAT 3 YEARS PRIOR) AND AFTER 113 YEARS IT WAS FORCED TO CLOSE IT'S DOORS. AT THE TIME OF ITS CLOSURE THE LETHBRIDGE MINERS' LIBRARY CLUB WAS THE LONGEST STANDING MEN-ONLY CLUB, AND THE OLDEST CONTINUALLY RUNNING CLUB IN ALBERTA.
Catalogue Number
P20030051015
Acquisition Date
2004-04
Collection
Museum
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SHELL, SHOTGUN|BALL, MUSKET

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Other Name
SPENCER CARTRIDGE CASING
.50 CALIBRE
Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
BRASS, LEAD
Catalogue Number
P19990032010
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
SPENCER CARTRIDGE CASING
.50 CALIBRE
Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Materials
BRASS, LEAD
No. Pieces
2
Description
1. SHOTGUN SHELL - 2(L) X 1.2(D). CONTAINED IN PLASTIC BAG WITH INFO. SHEET THAT READS "DK PF-5 #11 PLAT A. F. 17- .5 X .5 SPENCER CARTRIDGE CASING" 2. MUSKET BALL - 1.5(D). CONTAINED IN PLASTIC BAG WITH INFO. SHEET THAT READS "DK PF-5 #10 PLAT A FRAME 9 2 X 2.5 ONE LEAD BALL"
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
ARCHAEOLOGY
History
ARTIFACT WAS RECOVERED FROM SITE DKPF-5; COORDINATES: 52.25M WEST OF POINT 51. INDIAN BATTLE COLLECTION ORIGINALLY REGISTERED AND CATALOGUED AS PERMANENT LOAN FROM THE LOCAL BRANCH OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY UNDER CAT NO P19780220000. IN 1999, BRANCH DECIDED TO OFFICIALLY DONATE COLLECTION TO CITY AND GALT. THE DONATION, SUBSEQUENTLY, WAS REGISTERED UNDER P19990032001-GA TO P19990032080. FOR DETAILED HISTORY ON COLLECTION AND INDIVIDUAL ARTIFACTS REFER TO BOOK "LAST INDIAN BATTLE" PUBLISHED BY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY.
Catalogue Number
P19990032010
Acquisition Date
1999-05
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1890
Date Range To
1910
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
SILK
Catalogue Number
P20090007006
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1890
Date Range To
1910
Materials
SILK
No. Pieces
1
Length
180.0
Width
180.0
Description
SHAWL, GOSSAMER BLACK SILK FABRIC WITH BLUE SILK BANDS OF 1.5 CM WIDTH SPACED EVENLY ACROSS. HANDMADE BLACK SILK FRINGE ON ALL 4 EDGES. SEVERAL SMALL HOLES, ONE LARGER HOLE 12 CM IN DIAMETER.
Subjects
CLOTHING-OUTERWEAR
Historical Association
PERSONAL CARE
History
GRISELLA (IRETON) DAVIES PICTURED WEARING SHAWL IN PHOTOGRAPH IN PERMANENT RECORD. GRISELLA DAVIES IS DONOR'S GREAT GRANDMOTHER. FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE P20090007001 AND PERMANENT RECORD.
Catalogue Number
P20090007006
Acquisition Date
2009-05
Collection
Museum
Images
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Date Range From
1890
Date Range To
1920
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
COTTON
Catalogue Number
P20090007008
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1890
Date Range To
1920
Materials
COTTON
No. Pieces
1
Length
136
Width
132
Description
YELLOW-GOLD TABLECLOTH WITH EARTH TONES INCLUDING REDS, GREENS, BROWNS, AND BLUES. FINELY WOVEN WITH FINE GAUGE COTTON THREADS AND WITH HAND-SEWN GOLD FRINGE ON ALL FOUR SIDES. CLOTH HAS GEOMETRIC DESIGNS AND ARABIC-TYPE SCRIPT AROUND THE BORDER AND CIRCULAR DESIGN IN CENTRE. DISCOLOURATION AND STAINS APPARENT THROUGHOUT LIGHTER AREAS OF CENTRAL CIRCULAR DESIGN.
Subjects
FOOD SERVICE T&E
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
History
CLOTH BELIEVED TO BELONG TO DONOR'S GREAT UNCLE, BRUCE DAVIES. BRUCE WAS A VETERAN OF WORLD WAR ONE. HE WAS BADLY WOUNDED IN THE CONFLICT, LOSING/INJURING HIS LIMBS, AND RECOVERED FOR SOME TIME IN ENGLAND. FOLLOWING HIS RETURN TO CANADA, BRUCE LIVED WITH LAURA (SISTER AND DONOR’S GRANDMOTHER) AND HIS BROTHER-IN-LAW FOR THE BALANCE OF HIS LIFE. IT IS PRESUMED THAT THE ARABIC-THEMED TABLE CLOTH(?) WAS ORIGINALLY HIS POSSESSION. THE DONOR LOCATED THE ITEM IN A BOX MARKED, “REMNANTS FROM VETERAN AFTER WORLD WAR ONE.” FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE P20090007001 AND PERMANENT RECORD.
Catalogue Number
P20090007008
Acquisition Date
2009-05
Collection
Museum
Images
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Date Range From
1890
Date Range To
1900
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
COTTON
Catalogue Number
P20090002001
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1890
Date Range To
1900
Materials
COTTON
No. Pieces
1
Height
136.5
Width
49.5
Description
THIN WHITE COTTON FULL LENGTH DRESS, HIGH WAIST WITH PLEATS AT TOP OF SKIRT AND WHERE SLEEVES ATTACH TO BODICE. FRONT OF BODICE WITH TRIANGULAR PANEL, HAND EMBROIDERED LACE ON SIDES OF PANEL AND DOWN MIDDLE, RUNCHED FABRIC MAKES UP PANEL. BACK OF DRESS WITH BOW, SAFETY PIN HOLDS TOP BACK OF DRESS TOGETHER WHERE HOOK AND EYE USED TO BE.
Subjects
CLOTHING-OUTERWEAR
Historical Association
PERSONAL CARE
History
DONOR'S GRANDMOTHER, GLADYS HORNE, RECEIVED ITEMS FROM HER FATHER, JOHN HORNE, WHEN HE PASSED AWAY IN 2008. JOHN HORNE IN RETURN RECEIVED ITEMS WHEN HIS MOTHER, GLADYS, PASSED AWAY IN 1978. GLADYS HORNE NEE DOWNER, 1893-1978, WAS BORN IN COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. GLADYS’ FATHER, FRED DOWNER, IMMIGRATED TO CANADA FROM BRIGHTON, ENGLAND. HE EVENTUALLY SETTLED IN COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA WHERE HE BEGAN HOMESTEADING WITH HIS ENGLISH WIFE. DOWNER BEGAN MANAGING THE GAYLORD HOTEL, WHERE GLADYS WAS EVENTUALLY BORN. IN 1897, WHEN SHE WAS 4, GLADYS MOVED TO LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WITH HER PARENTS. AT THE TIME, LETHBRIDGE HAD A POPULATION OF 3,500. GLADYS GRADUATED HIGH SCHOOL AT THE HAVERGAL LADIES’ COLLEGE IN WINNIPEG BEFORE RETURNING TO LETHBRIDGE TO WORK AT THE HERALD. SHORTLY THEREAFTER, IN 1912, HER FATHER HOSTED A COMING-OF-AGE PARTY FOR GLADYS, WHICH WAS COMMON DURING THAT TIME. GLADYS REMEMBERS WEARING A “VERY LOVELY GOWN, THE VERY LATEST OF THE DAY” AT THIS AFFAIR (SEE P20090002002). IN SEPT 1917, GLADYS MARRIED FAIRFIELD HORNE. EARLY INTO WWII, SHE BECAME A WIDOW. GLADYS WAS AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY THROUGHOUT HER LIFE. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER IODE, THE PEMMICAN CLUB, THE LETHBRIDGE COUNTRY CLUB, AND NUMEROUS OTHER ORGANIZATIONS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE PERMANENT RECORD.
Catalogue Number
P20090002001
Acquisition Date
2009-01
Collection
Museum
Images
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Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
LINEN, COTTON
Catalogue Number
P19790105000
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Materials
LINEN, COTTON
No. Pieces
1
Length
88.0
Width
160.0
Description
MACHINE MADE, WHITE SLIGHTLY DISCOLORED. CUTWORK TEXTILE. BORDER MACHINE MADE. SEWING IS PULLING AWAY FROM CLOTH IN SOME PLACES. YELLOW STAIN IN CENTER. SEE CONSERVATION REPORT. SPIRAL AND FLORAL PATTERN INTERWOVEN WITH GEOMETRIC SHAPES. ONE END HAS HOLE IN IT FOLLOWING THE DIRECTION OF WEAVE. ONE CORNER DAMAGED; YELLOWING.
Subjects
FOOD SERVICE T&E
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
History
MADE FOR CARDTABLE. SEE P19790103000-GA FOR DONOR HISTORY *UPDATE* THE DONATION OF BARBARA BASTEDO WAS RESEARCHED AS PART OF A 2018 ARTIFACT SURVEY CONDUCTED BY COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT ELISE PUNDYK. ATTEMPTS MADE TO CONTACT THE DONOR TO ATTAIN FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THE ITEMS' USE WERE UNSUCCESSFUL. LETHBRIDGE-BASED ARCHIVAL RESEARCH CONDUCTED TO LOCATE FURTHER INFORMATION OF THE GLAZIER AND STEWART FAMILIES DID NOT COME UP WITH FURTHER RESULTS. *UPDATE* IN 2021 TWO COLLECTIONS ASSISTANTS, RYLEY GELINAS AND O. E., CONDUCTED AN AUDIT OF THE ROLLED TEXTILE COLLECTION, INCLUDING THIS ARTIFACT. RESEARCH CONDUCTED INTO THE DONOR WAS UNSUCCESSFUL AND NO FURTHER INFORMATION WAS MADE AVAILABLE AS A RESULT OF THE AUDIT WORK. PLEASE SEE PERMANENT FILE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
Catalogue Number
P19790105000
Acquisition Date
1978-10
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1867
Date Range To
1877
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
WOOD
Catalogue Number
P19640925000
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1867
Date Range To
1877
Materials
WOOD
No. Pieces
1
Height
20.3
Length
20.3
Width
14.0
Description
HOLDS SIX PIPES. AN OAK BASE HAS BEEN ADDED TO THE ORIGINAL STAND. CONSISTS OF TWO TIERS AND BASE. WALNUT STAND AND PARTS. 2ND TIER IS BURNED & CHIPPED. HOLE IN SECOND TIER WHERE BASE IS ATTACHED WITH ROD OF WOOD. BASE IS STAINED LIGHTER THAN TOP TWO TIERS. SEE CONSERVATION REPORT.
Subjects
FURNITURE
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
History
DATE IS DONOR'S INFORMATION. NOT CONFIRMED. *UPDATE* IN 2018, COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT ELISE PUNDYK CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF PERSONAL ARTIFACTS, INCLUDING THIS PIPE STAND DONATED BY GEORGE KINDER. RESEARCH CONDUCTED TO PROVIDE FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE DONOR AND THIS DONATION WAS UNSUCCESSFUL. INFORMATION ON THE DONOR WAS NOT FOUND.
Catalogue Number
P19640925000
Acquisition Date
1964-04
Collection
Museum
Images
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