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Date Range From
1880
Date Range To
1890
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
LINEN
Catalogue Number
P19890039004
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1880
Date Range To
1890
Materials
LINEN
No. Pieces
1
Length
233
Width
192
Description
BEDSPREAD, MACHINE WOVEN LINEN. FLOWERY EMBROIDERY ON BORDER WITH LARGER FLORAL AND PLANT DESIGNS IN THE CENTRE. LARGE STAINS ON ONE SIDE, FOLDED CREASES. GENERALLY DIRTY AND YELLOWING.
Subjects
BEDDING
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
History
BELONGED TO DONOR'S GRANDMOTHER & GIVEN TO DONOR'S MOTHER (CYNTHIA DUNN) UPON HER MARRIAGE. MOTHER EMMIGRATED TO CANADA & SETTLED IN TURIN DISTRICT AT TURN OF THE CENTURY. IT IS BELIEVED DONOR'S MOTHER NEVER USED BEDSPREAD. *UPDATE* IN 2017, COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT ELISE PUNDYK CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF THE BOXED TEXTILE COLLECTION AND ARTIFACTS IN RELATED LOCATIONS, WHICH INCLUDED THIS WATCH BOX. A LETHBRIDGE HERALD OBITUARY THAT WAS PREVIOUSLY ADDED TO THE PERMANENT FILE STATES THE DONOR, ELLEN OSEEN, PASSED AWAY IN LETHBRIDGE ON JANUARY 29, 2010. SHE WAS BORN IN SUNDIAL, ALBERTA ON MARCH 18, 1914 AND WAS THE FIRST DAUGHTER OF BENJAMIN GEORGE AND CYNTHIA JANE DUNN (CUSTARD). ELLEN WAS ONE OF THEIR 13 CHILDREN. ELLEN WAS MARRIED TO ALFRED OLSEN AND TOGETHER THEY HAD FIVE SONS. *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 MORE INFORMATION.
Catalogue Number
P19890039004
Acquisition Date
1989-10
Collection
Museum
Images
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Material Type
Artifact
Materials
COTTON, WOOL
Catalogue Number
P19738456000
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Material Type
Artifact
Date
1857
Materials
COTTON, WOOL
No. Pieces
1
Length
188.0
Width
182.8
Description
"MADE BY A-ZELNER WATERLOO TOWNSHIP FOR SUSSANA BRICKER 1857" WOVEN INTO TWO CORNERS OF THE BLANKET. BLUE & WHITE HAND WOVEN & FLORAL PATTERN. BLUE FRINGE AROUND EDGE IS MISSING IN PLACES. HAND WOVEN. MENDED. IDENTIFIED AS LINSEY WOOLSEY TYPE OF WEAVING - LINEN & WOOL. HOLE/FRAY IN MIDDLE OF ONE SIDE.
Subjects
BEDDING
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
History
SUSSANA BRICKER, MATERNAL GRANDMOTHER OF DONOR. LONG TERM RESIDENT OF LETHBRIDGE. A WEDDING PRESENT TO MISS BRICKER.
*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.
Catalogue Number
P19738456000
Acquisition Date
1973.06
Collection
Museum
Images
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Other Name
KNIT BED SPREAD
Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
WOOL
Catalogue Number
P19790103000
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
KNIT BED SPREAD
Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Materials
WOOL
No. Pieces
1
Length
98
Width
93
Description
BEDSPREAD CONSISTS OF A NUMBER OF DESIGN BLOCKS KNIT TOGETHER (SOME KNITTING HAS BEEN PULLED). TASSELS 7.6 CM IN L. ON SIDES. YELLOW DISCOLORATION IN AREAS, HANDMADE. 2 PLACES ON ONE END HAVE ABOUT 1 INCH LENGTH OF TASSEL MISSING. PIECE HAS BEEN STRETCHED FROM USE. SEE CONSERVATION REPORT.
Subjects
BEDDING
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
History
ALL ARTIFACTS WERE MADE BY DONOR'S GREAT GRANDMOTHER, ALIZ (SOMMERS) GLAZIER (EXCEPT SHOES & TABLECLOTH), WIFE OF RE. ADAM GLAZIER OF CAPE CROKER, INDIGENOUS RESERVATION IN ONTARIO (1860-70). DAUGHTER ELIZABETH JANE (GLAZIER) STEWERT MARRIED THOMAS ADAM STEWART IN ONTARIO. MOVED & SETTLED IN PARKLAND, ALBERTA IN 1909 BRING HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. ARTIFACTS PASSED FROM MOTHER TO DAUGHTER (DONOR), BARBARA (STEWART) BASTEDO. *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. *UPDATE* IN 2022, COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT NICOLE WILKINSON CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF AUDITED ARTIFACTS, INCLUDING P19790103000. RESEARCH CONDUCTED TO PROVIDE FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE DONOR AND THIS DONATION LEAD TO THE DISCOVERY OF ARCHIVAL RECORDS. THESE RECORDS INDICATE THE PROPER SPELLING OF ALIZ SOMMERS TO BE ELIZA SOMERS, AND THOMAS ADAM STEWART TO ACTUALLY BE THOMAS ANDREW STEWART. UNFORTUNATELY FURTHER FAMILY HISTORY COULD NOT BE FOUND. PLEASE SEE PERMANENT FILE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND ARCHIVAL RECORDS.
Catalogue Number
P19790103000
Acquisition Date
1978-10
Collection
Museum
Images
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Date Range From
1920
Date Range To
1930
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
WOOL
Catalogue Number
P19950067012
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1920
Date Range To
1930
Materials
WOOL
No. Pieces
1
Length
182.5
Width
194
Description
FUCHSIA WOOL BEDSPREAD, WITH 1.5CM HEM AROUND ENTIRE PIECE. ONE END HAS CROCHETED LACE BORDER, 31.5CM IN WIDTH. BORDER HAS SIX COLORS, BEGINNING WITH A SINGLE GREEN ROW, FOLLOWED BY A PINK STRIP 5.5CM WIDE, A SINGLE YELLOW ROW, A BLUE STRIP 5CM WIDE, A SINGLE PINK ROW, AND FINALLY, A RED TRIM, 17CM IN WIDTH, WHICH IS TAPERED INTO POINTS AT BOTTOM. EACH OF THE WIDER STRIPS HAS A DIFFERENT PATTERN CROCHETED INTO IT. END OF BEDSPREAD OPPOSITE CROCHETED BORDER HAS SEPARATE PANEL OF SAME FUSHIA WOOL FABRIC, 30CM IN LENGTH, SEWN ONTO ADD LENGTH.
Subjects
BEDDING
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
History
FOR MORE FAMILY HISTORY, SEE P19950067001-GA. DOUKHOBOR ARTIFACT. *UPDATE* IN 2010 NICOLE HEMBROFF, COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT, CONTACTED ELSIE MORRIS NEE KONKIN (WHO DONATED THE ARTIFACTS ON BEHALF OF HER MOTHER) IN ORDER TO OBTAIN MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE HISTROY OF THE OBJECTS AND THEIR CONNECTION TO THE DOUKHOBORS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA. SEE BELOW. ACCORDING TO MORRIS, THE BEDSPREAD WOULD HAVE BEEN MADE BY ELIZABETH (NOHORNOFF) WISHLOW SHE WOULD HAVE DONE ALL OF THE WORK BY HAND. BLANKETS OF THIS TYPE WERE NOT USED FOR WARMTH. THEY WERE USED FOR DECORATION OVER TOP OF A MORE UTILITARIAN BLANKET. MORRIS REMEMBERED THAT THE HOUSES HAD GREY, MUD-PLASTERED WALLS. DOUKHOBORS USED ITEMS MADE FROM VIBRANT COLORS IN ORDER TO BRIGHTEN UP THEIR HOMES. FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE PERMANENT FILE. *UPDATE* IN 2017 COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT RUTHANN LABLANCE CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF CLOTHING, INCLUDING AN APRON DONATED BY ELIZABETH KONKIN. THE FOLLOWING BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION WAS COMPILED USING ARTICLES FROM THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD. ELIZABETH KONKIN AKA ELSIE MORRIS IS THE DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM KONKIN AND ELIZABETH P. KONKIN (NEE WISHLOW). ELSIE WAS MARRIED TO TERRANCE GORDON “TERRY” MORRIS. TERRY PASSED AWAY AT THE AGE OF 88 ON OCTOBER 25, 2012. WILLIAM KONKIN PASSED AWAY MARCH 3, 1977 AT THE AGE OF 72. ELIZABETH KONKIN (NEE WISHLOW) WAS BORN IN CANORA, SK ON JANUARY 22, 1907, THE DAUGHTER OF PETER AND ELIZABETH WISHLOW (MAIDEN NAME UNKNOWN). AT THE AGE OF 6 SHE MOVED WITH HER FAMILY TO A DOUKHOBOR SETTLEMENT AT BRILLIANT, BC, THEN LATER HER FAMILY MOVED TO A DOUKHOBOR SETTLEMENT AT SHOULDICE, AB. IT WAS HERE THAT SHE MET AND MARRIED WILLIAM KONKIN. IN 1939, THE COUPLE MOVED TO THE VAUXHALL AREA TO FARM UNTIL THEIR RETIREMENT, AFTER WHICH THEY MOVED TO LETHBRIDGE. ELIZABETH PASSED AWAY AT THE AGE OF 93 ON APRIL 8, 2000. SEE PERMANENT FILE FOR COPIES OF THE ARTICLES FROM THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD. THE KONKINS WERE A RUSSIAN-SPEAKING FAMILY FROM THE TOWN OF SHOULDICE, ALBERTA, NEAR CALGARY. THEY AND MANY OTHER RUSSIAN FAMILIES COMPOSED THAT TOWN'S DOUKHOBOR COLONY. IN 2016, COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN KEVIN MACLEAN CONDUCTED FROM A TWO-PART INTERVIEW WITH KONKIN'S DAUGHTER, ELSIE MORRIS. A FULL HISTORY OF THE KONKIN FAMILY WAS CREATED USING THAT INTERVIEW AND CAN BE FOUND WITH THE RECORD P20160003002.
Catalogue Number
P19950067012
Acquisition Date
1995-10
Collection
Museum
Images
Less detail
Date Range From
1940
Date Range To
1950
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
COTTON
Catalogue Number
P19738886000
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1940
Date Range To
1950
Materials
COTTON
No. Pieces
1
Length
218.4
Width
208.3
Description
WHITE KNITTED COTTON IN CABLE AND DIAMOND PATTERN. ONE SMALL BROWN STAIN; SOME SMALL REPAIRS. DARK/BLACK GREASE STAIN ON FRINGE.
Subjects
BEDDING
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
Catalogue Number
P19738886000
Acquisition Date
1973-07
Collection
Museum
Images
Less detail
Other Name
INFANT'S COVERLET (PAIR)
Date Range From
1920
Date Range To
1930
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
LINEN, EMBROIDERY
Catalogue Number
P19739450000
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
INFANT'S COVERLET (PAIR)
Date Range From
1920
Date Range To
1930
Materials
LINEN, EMBROIDERY
No. Pieces
2
Length
76.2
Width
72.4
Description
.1 EMBROIDERY WITH "GOOD MORNING" AND BABY IN FLOWERS IN PURPLE, PINK, AND GOLD. .2 SAME DESCRIPTION AS .1. EMBROIDERED WITH "GOOD NIGHT" AND BABY IN FLOWERS IN BLACK, PINK, AND GOLD. 2 1/2 INCH HEM ON ALL FOUR SIDES OF BOTH PIECES. SEVERAL SMALL HOLES IN EACH AS WELL. ON BOTTOM TWO CORNERS OF "GOOD NIGHT" PIECE AND TOP RIGHT CORNER OF "GOOD MORNING" PIECE IS A BLACK GREASE-LIKE STAIN.
Subjects
BEDDING
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
Catalogue Number
P19739450000
Acquisition Date
1973-04
Collection
Museum
Images
Less detail
Date Range From
1925
Date Range To
1935
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
COTTON
Catalogue Number
P19738454000
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1925
Date Range To
1935
Materials
COTTON
No. Pieces
1
Length
248.9
Width
213.4
Description
HAND CROCHETED IN PINWHEEL MOTIF AND POPCORN STITCH DESIGN. 3 EDGES ARE DECORATED WITH TASSELS.
Subjects
BEDDING
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
Catalogue Number
P19738454000
Acquisition Date
1973-07
Collection
Museum
Images
Less detail
Other Name
DUVET COVER
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
SATIN, COTTON
Catalogue Number
P19970041736
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
DUVET COVER
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Materials
SATIN, COTTON
No. Pieces
1
Height
0.2
Length
160
Width
116
Description
RECTANGULAR BEDSPREAD HAS PEACH COLOURED SATIN TOP LAYER WITH PEACH COLOURED COTTON FABRIC BACKING. SATIN TOP LAYER HAS RED ROSE WITH GREEN FOLIAGE PATTERN DESIGNS. STITCHING ALONG EDGES IS LOOSE IN SEVERAL PLACES. ONE CORNER HAS CIRCULAR GREY LEATHER PATCH.
Subjects
BEDDING
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
History
DONOR RELATES THAT THIS BEDSPREAD WAS USED WITH A QUILT THAT WAS UPON HER MOTHER'S BED IN COALDALE. THE NAKAYAMA FAMILY WAS ORIGINALLY FROM VANCOUVER BUT MOVED TO COALDALE FOLLOWING THE SECOND WORLD WAR WHEN THEY WERE INTERNED AT SLOCAN CITY IN THE INTERIOR OF BRITISH COLUMBIA BY THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT. THE DONOR'S FATHER, REV. CANON G.G. NAKAYAMA, WAS AN ANGLICAN MINISTER IN VANCOUVER, AND THEN ESTABLISHED THE CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION IN COALDALE IN 1945 WHERE HE SERVED UNTIL 1970. SEE RECORD P19970041001 FOR EXPANDED BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION AND PERMANENT FILE FOR FURTHER HISTORY.
Catalogue Number
P19970041736
Acquisition Date
1997-01
Collection
Museum
Less detail
Other Name
BABY BLANKET
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1970
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
COTTON
Catalogue Number
P20000038028
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
BABY BLANKET
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1970
Materials
COTTON
No. Pieces
1
Height
0.4
Length
106.2
Width
87.7
Description
BLANKET IS WHITE, LIGHT BLUE, AND LIGHT PINK. TWO LONG SIDES OF BLANKET HAVE A WHITE RIBBON TRIM; RIBBON IS VERY WORN AND MISSING IN SOME PLACES. EDGES OF BLANKET ARE FRAYED AND WORN. BLANKET HAS AN OVERALL WAVE DESIGN, AS WELL AS FLOWERS AND CHICKS WITH HATS ON. BLANKET IS REVERSIBLE (COLORS ON OBVERSE ARE REVERSED FROM COLORS ON REVERSE). BLANKET HAS MANY WORN SPOTS.
Subjects
BEDDING
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
History
ITEMS BELONGED TO DONOR'S (WALT) MOTHER & FATHER, ADA MAY HOLT AND HERBERT HOLT. SOME ITEMS ALSO BELONGED TO HOLT CHILDREN: GORD, RALPH AND WALT. ADA PRODUCED MUCH OF THE HANDIWORK IN COLLECTION. ALL ITEMS WERE USED IN LETHBRIDGE. HERBERT HOLT, WAS BORN IN NORTH WALES AND SERVED IN THE KING'S LIVERPOOL REGIMENT DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR. HE CAME TO CANADA IN 1922 AND IN JANUARY 1923 JOINED THE STAFF OF THE FORT SASKATCHEWAN PROVINCIAL JAIL AS A GUARD. HE BECAME DEPUTY WARDEN THERE IN NOVEMBER 1936, AND SERVED IN THAT CAPACITY UNTIL HIS PROMOTION TO WARDEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE JAIL IN 1940. HERB'S VISION OF REHABILITATION INCLUDED "MEANINGFUL" WORK FOR PRISONERS, RESULTING IN FIELD WORK GROWING VEGETABLE CROPS AND WHEAT, RAISING CATTLE AND HOGS, AS WELL AS WORKING IN THE PRISON BUTCHER SHOP, BAKERY, CANNERY, AND CREAMERY. IN ADDITION, PRISONERS BEAUTIFIED THE GROUNDS BY WORKING ON FLOWER BEDS AND BUILDING STONE FENCES, CREATING AN ATTRACTIVE PARK IN THE "FRONT YARD" OF THE JAIL. HERB WAS MADE AN HONOURARY CHIEF BY THE PEIGAN NATION IN 1949 FOR HIS EFFORTS TO PROVIDE MEANINGFUL WORK TO NATIVE INMATES. HERB WAS APPOINTED MAGISTRATE IN AND FOR THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA IN AUGUST 1950, AND HELD THIS POST UNTIL HIS DEATH IN 1959. ADA HOLT (NEE MOYER) WAS BORN IN ONTARIO IN 1907; HER PARENTS MOVED OUTSIDE FORT SASKATCHEWAN IN 1909 WHERE THEY HOMESTEADED ON A FARM. AS A YOUNG WOMAN ADA WORKED FOR FIVE YEARS AT THE GENERAL STORE. ADA MET HERB IN FORT SASKATCHEWAN, AND THEY MARRIED IN 1935. ADA CONTINUED TO CALL LETHBRIDGE HER HOME AFTER HER HUSBAND'S DEATH UNTIL 1998 WHEN SHE SUFFERED A STROKE. SHE PASSED AWAY AT THE BEVERLY CENTRE IN JANUARY OF 2000. SEE PERMANENT FILE FOR FURTHER HISTORY ON FAMILY AND LETHBRIDGE GAOL.
*UPDATE* IN 2021 TWO COLLECTIONS ASSISTANTS, RYLEY GELINAS AND O. E. CONDUCTED AN AUDIT OF THE ROLLED TEXTILE COLLECTION, INCLUDING SEVERAL TEXTILES DONATED BY WALTER AND FAYE HOLT. GELINAS ATTEMPTED TO CONTACT THE DONORS AND, ALTHOUGH UNABLE TO BRING THEM IN FOR AN INTERVIEW, WAS ABLE TO SEND IMAGES OF THE TEXTILE OBJECTS IN THE COLLECTION TO GATHER ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. ON SEPTEMBER 27, 2021, GELINAS RECEIVED AN EMAIL CORRESPONDENCE FROM ONE OF THE DONORS, FAYE HOLT, PROVIDING SOME INFORMATION ON THE OBJECTS IN QUESTION, INCLUDING A BABY BLANKET. HOLT WAS ABLE TO IDENTIFY THE BABY BLANKET AS ONE THAT WAS LIKELY USED BY WALTER, WHO WAS BORN IN 1940. SHE STATED THAT THE BLANKET WAS ALSO “LIKELY [USED] FOR GORDON,” WHO WAS BORN IN 1943. HOLT WAS UNABLE TO IDENTIFY THE PATTERN OF THE BLANKET WITH ANY IN THE PICTURES OF WALTER AS A BABY. FOR MORE INFORMATION FROM THE EMAIL CORRESPONDENCE, SEE PERMANENT FILE.
Catalogue Number
P20000038028
Acquisition Date
2002-11
Collection
Museum
Images
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Date Range From
1885
Date Range To
1895
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
WOOL
Catalogue Number
P19880059005
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1885
Date Range To
1895
Materials
WOOL
No. Pieces
1
Length
213.0
Width
192.0
Description
NATURAL UNBLEACHED WOOL FIBRE. HANDWOVEN IN 2 SECTIONS. JOINED ON SALVAGE. SALVAGE EDGES WORN AND IN POOR CONDITION. SOME RECENT REPAIRS. NON SALVAGE EDGE AND SEAM HAND STITCHED. LARGE TEAR ON REPAIRED SECTIONS. WORN BADLY ON EDGING AND FRAYING BADLY IN PLACES.
Subjects
BEDDING
Historical Association
DOMESTIC
History
MADE LATE 1800'S BY LUCINDA SIMONS IN IOWA, DONORS GREAT GRANDMOTHER. *UPDATE* IN 2010 NICOLE HEMBROFF TALKED WITH THE DONOR, DORIS SCHEIBNER, WITH REGARD TO HER DONATIONS. SEE BELOW. THE BLANKET WAS MADE BY LUCINDA SIMONS (DONOR’S GREAT GRANDMOTHER). SCHEIBNER SAID, “SHE DID A LOT OF WEAVING FOR THE FAMILY BECAUSE I SAW ANOTHER BLANKET SHE HAD MADE IN AN AUNT’S HOUSE. SHE MUST HAVE BEEN QUITE THE WEAVER.” IT IS UNKNOWN WHETHER LUCINDA WOULD HAVE SPUN AND CARDED THE WOOL FOR THE BLANKET HERSELF. SCHEIBNER’S MOTHER, CHRISTINA, USED THE BLANKET IN SEDGEWICK, AB. IT WAS ALWAYS SITTING ON THE END OF ONE OF THE GUEST BEDS. DORIS’ MOTHER LIKELY MADE THE REPAIRS TO THE BLANKET. “SHE MENDED A LOT OF THINGS.” THE FAMILY GOT THE BLANKET BECAUSE IT WAS LEFT IN THE HOUSE WHEN RAY’S PARENTS WENT BACK TO THE STATES IN 1914. RAY WAS NOT AS PROTECTIVE OF THE BLANKET AS HE HAD BEEN IN THE CASE OF THE CHAIR. SCHEIBNER GOT THE BLANKET AND DONATED IT TO THE MUSEUM WHEN SHE CLEANED OUT HER MOTHER’S HOUSE. SHE NEVER USED IT BECAUSE SHE THOUGHT IT WAS TOO FRAGILE. SCHEIBNER DONATED THE BLANKET TO THE GALT MUSEUM BECAUSE IT WAS HAND-WOVEN AND OLD. SEE P19880059010 FOR FAMILY HISTORY.
Catalogue Number
P19880059005
Acquisition Date
1988-08
Collection
Museum
Images
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