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Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN; WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Description
The telegraph relay has two metal round flat legs with holes drilled in the middle. The body is wood. Situated on top of the wood are five screw like objects with flat serrated heads. Three of those have round bodies; two have square bodies. There are two lone rectangular metal pieces with four…
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Manufacturer
A Hearn & Soper Limited
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
TELECOMMUNICATION TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Canada: Ottawa, Ontario
Description
The telegraph relay has two metal round flat legs with holes drilled in the middle. The body is wood. Situated on top of the wood are five screw like objects with flat serrated heads. Three of those have round bodies; two have square bodies. There are two lone rectangular metal pieces with four curves cut in each. In the middle of those, are four round metal pieces with curves cut on each side. One has a screw hole cut in the middle.
Narrative
B.V. Stories Book
History Of Use
The Telegraph line was activated in 1901 from business centres in the United States and the Southern part of the British Columbian, all the way to the Yukon gold fields. The telegraph line was completed in 1901 and ran north to Telegraph Creek on the Stikine River, onto Atlin, White Horse and Dawson City.
Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN; WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Height
11.5
Width
8
Length
3.5
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1971.77.1
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
PLASTIC;
WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Description
The telegraph has two long legs that hold the body 2.1 cm long with only one screw in one of the legs. The body of the object is 15.8cm long. The top of the object has 5 Cylinders; one is missing a round with grooved sides top. In the middle are two pieces of metal that are cut in the center so …
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Manufacturer
A Hearn & Soper
Manufacturer Notes
Manufacturer previously entered as Gelley, Lou-Allen, Marty
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
TELECOMMUNICATION TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Canada: Ottawa, Ontario
Period or Date Notes
1901
Description
The telegraph has two long legs that hold the body 2.1 cm long with only one screw in one of the legs. The body of the object is 15.8cm long. The top of the object has 5 Cylinders; one is missing a round with grooved sides top. In the middle are two pieces of metal that are cut in the center so that three screws can be placed. There are holes on either sides of the screw. Beside the screws is a circular metal piece (2.5cm long) that has a neck (1cm long) to connect to a smaller circular metal piece ( 1.5cm long). There are some numbers and letter subscribed in the wood but they are too faded to read. On top are two little holes that have been filled with plastic.
Narrative
Heritage Club Project, October 1, 1973 B.V. Stories, Smithers, B.C., See-Moore Printing.
Material
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
PLASTIC;
WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Height
4.6
Width
2.2
Length
15.1
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Number Of Parts
1
Accession No.
1971.77.2
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
PLASTIC;
WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Description
The telegraph has two long (12.2cm) legs that lift the object 2cm high. The top is grooved on all four sides. On the top of the flat surface there are five cylinder like objects on top. One cylinder is not fully screwed down. There are two holes with plastic fillers to protect the inside. The m…
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Manufacturer
A Hearn & Soper
Manufacturer Notes
previously entered as GELLEY,LOU-ALLEN,MARTY
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
TELECOMMUNICATION TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Canada: Ottawa, Ontario
Period or Date Notes
1901
Description
The telegraph has two long (12.2cm) legs that lift the object 2cm high. The top is grooved on all four sides. On the top of the flat surface there are five cylinder like objects on top. One cylinder is not fully screwed down. There are two holes with plastic fillers to protect the inside. The middle has three bigger flat with grooves on each side of the screws. There are two flat pieces of metal protecting the screws. There is writing in the wood but it is to difficult to see.
Narrative
Heritage Club Project, October 1, 1973 B.V. Stories, Smithers, B.C. See-Moore Printing.
Material
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
PLASTIC;
WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Height
4.6
Width
2.2
Length
15.1
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Number Of Parts
1
Accession No.
1971.77.3
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN; WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Description
The bottom is made out of metal. The longer sides are 19cm long. The two end pieces have a hole in the centre of the metal. They are approx. 10cm long. The second layer is made out of wood, it is grooved just like the metal. Two of the sides are 18.5 cm. The two shorter sides are approx. 9.5 c…
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Manufacturer
A Hearn & Soper LImited
Manufacturer Notes
previously entered as Gelley, Lou-Allen, Marty, Ottawa Ontario
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
TELECOMMUNICATION TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Canada: Ottawa, Ontario
Period or Date Notes
1901
Description
The bottom is made out of metal. The longer sides are 19cm long. The two end pieces have a hole in the centre of the metal. They are approx. 10cm long. The second layer is made out of wood, it is grooved just like the metal. Two of the sides are 18.5 cm. The two shorter sides are approx. 9.5 cm long. On top there are different shaped metal objects. In the middle on top there is a flat piece of metal connected to a hexagon shaped metal with two big holes cut out of it. There is a piece sticking out of the hexagon piece with a place to inset a screw. On one of the sides of the object there is a piece of metal plate screwed to the wood with writing on it. The only writing that is visible is "Ottawa, Ontario". On the side of that is two metal objects with flat heads and round thick bodies. Across from those is a metal object with a flat head, round thick middle with a long stem like body. On the other side of the hexagon there are two metal pieces with holes that come out of the wood. There's two holes drilled into the wood and a metal round thick body on a coiled object. Metal Plate on top reads A HEARN & SOPER LIMITED OTTAWA ONTARIO
Narrative
Heritage Club Project, October 1, 1973 B.V. Stories, Smithers B.C., See-Moore Printing.
Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN; WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Height
20.5
Width
3
Length
12
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Number Of Parts
1
Accession No.
1971.77.4
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
PAPER-CARDBOARD; PAPER-TISSUE;
Description
Small cardboard box; blue with white design of baking cup on the front and back with 'Ideal Baking Cups' printed in red. The top and bottom of the box reads 'WHITE' and 100 More or Less', No. 71', and 'Medium Size'. English advertisement on one side of box and French on the other; also, 'THE CONTI…
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Title
Ideal Baking Cups
Manufacturer Notes
The Continental Paper Products Ltd.
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Sub-Category
MERCHANDISING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Canada: Ottawa, Ontario
Description
Small cardboard box; blue with white design of baking cup on the front and back with 'Ideal Baking Cups' printed in red. The top and bottom of the box reads 'WHITE' and 100 More or Less', No. 71', and 'Medium Size'. English advertisement on one side of box and French on the other; also, 'THE CONTINENTAL', 'PAPER PRODUCTS', 'LIMITED', and 'OTTAWA, CANADA' on both sides at the bottom. Contains about 70 paper baking cups.
Material
PAPER-CARDBOARD; PAPER-TISSUE;
Height
9.5
Width
7
Length
9.5
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1991.4.1
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images