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Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN;
Description
52 hairpins, each 7 CM long used for curling hair.
Category
PERSONAL ARTIFACTS
Sub-Category
TOILET ARTICLE
Start Date
1935
End Date
1945
Period or Date Notes
CIRCA 1935:1945
Description
52 hairpins, each 7 CM long used for curling hair.
Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN;
Length
7
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1992.0009.0031
Photograph or Negative No.
None
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN;
Description
2 slice electric manual toaster with no plug end of cord. an upright toaster with hinged doors on each side, that open down in order to turn the bread. The doors are very decorative.
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1935
End Date
1945
Description
2 slice electric manual toaster with no plug end of cord. an upright toaster with hinged doors on each side, that open down in order to turn the bread. The doors are very decorative.
Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN;
Height
18
Width
13
Length
19
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1987.12.1
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Material
ANIMAL-LEATHER;
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
Description
A beaded moose hide & deer skin rifle case with the initials WCL beaded in navy blue, white and orange. There is a white beaded zizgag trim next to the W with a leather fringe below it. Above the L is another leather trim with small ovals cut out around it and finished off with a soft zigzag patter…
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Original Owner
W.C. Lewis
Category
PERSONAL OBJECTS
Sub-Category
PERSONAL GEAR
Start Date
1949
End Date
1959
Description
A beaded moose hide & deer skin rifle case with the initials WCL beaded in navy blue, white and orange. There is a white beaded zizgag trim next to the W with a leather fringe below it. Above the L is another leather trim with small ovals cut out around it and finished off with a soft zigzag pattern. Iniatials are on a softer piece of leather. Further down towards the stock area is another secition with a wide zigzag red beaded pattern, also trimmed with a similar upper band and lower fringe. A heavier leather has been used for the lower section. It has a 4cm wide adjustable strap for carrying with metal buckles attaching it to the case. The tip has a 9cm thick leather covering , also fringed, to protect the barrel tip during from being damaged during transit. Bottom of the case has a button flap to close the case.
History Of Use
Used to protect rifle during travel.
Material
ANIMAL-LEATHER;
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
Length
117cm
Depth
fringes: 8.5
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Dimension Notes
Width of case below bottom fringe 18.5cm; WCL band 13cm deep; bottom fringed band 10.5cm deep.
Accession No.
1982.24.1
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
ANIMAL - LEATHER
METAL/ALLOY-BRASS;
METAL/ALLOY-TIN;
Description
1980.183.4a: A brown tin lunch box with a thick brown leather handle for carrying. The handle is secured at either end with metal clamps. On the bottom is stamped Patented FE 11-8 MA 1313 D.R.P. 550198. Underneath the handle are three sets of ventilation slots on the top of the box 1980.183.4b Th…
Original Owner
William Billeter
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Sub-Category
FOOD SERVICE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1920
End Date
1980
Period or Date Notes
Known to be over 60 years old in 1980 accession notes
Description
1980.183.4a: A brown tin lunch box with a thick brown leather handle for carrying. The handle is secured at either end with metal clamps. On the bottom is stamped Patented FE 11-8 MA 1313 D.R.P. 550198. Underneath the handle are three sets of ventilation slots on the top of the box 1980.183.4b There is a sturdy brass metal, half circle pull tab at one end for opening the box with Universal L.F.& Co imprinted on it. Once it is opened two sections can be seen. The top section is for a thermos and the bottom part is for the lunch. On the opposite top end of the box, there is a round dented circle where the thermos would have pushed against it from the inside.
Narrative
Not known to have been previously entered into the data base
History Of Use
Possibly used by miners
Material
ANIMAL - LEATHER
METAL/ALLOY-BRASS;
METAL/ALLOY-TIN;
Height
17.0
Width
12.0
Length
26.4
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Dimension Notes
Height excludes leather handle
Number Of Parts
2
Accession No.
1980.183.4 a-b
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Description
a: Green metal mimeograph, also called a duplicator. Front section is flat, with metal bars attached, back section is a rounded dome. Front has yellow label "SUPER CREST / REX-O-GRAPH / KING OF FLUID DUPLICATORS". Red sticker on one side for "Western Office Supply Company Ltd. Vancouver B.C.". "SD …
Manufacturer
Rex-O-Graph
Original Owner
Side of object is stamped "SD 54", suggests this came from the School District 54 Bulkley Valley.
Other Names
Ditto Machine
Fluid Duplicator
Spirit Duplicator
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PRINTING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1923
End Date
1979
Period or Date Notes
As use of duplicators declined in 1970s, 1979 has been entered as a general end date.
Description
a: Green metal mimeograph, also called a duplicator. Front section is flat, with metal bars attached, back section is a rounded dome. Front has yellow label "SUPER CREST / REX-O-GRAPH / KING OF FLUID DUPLICATORS". Red sticker on one side for "Western Office Supply Company Ltd. Vancouver B.C.". "SD 54" has been painted on using a stencil on one side. On one side a small plaque has been screwed on that says "REX-O-graph" in silver on black. b: Plastic fluid bottleattached via a black rubber hose. c-f: four metal clips that clip onto bars on either side of the front section, can be detached. e: small rectangular metal shaped obejct with two holes on each side. Purpose and relationship to the duplicator is unclear, but was found sitting with the duplicator in the back room.
History Of Use
A spirit duplicator (also referred to as a Ditto machine in North America, Banda machine in the UK or Roneo in France and Australia) was a printing method invented in 1923 by Wilhelm Ritzerfeld and commonly used for much of the rest of the 20th century. The term "spirit duplicator" refers to the alcohols which were a major component of the solvents used as "inks" in these machines. The device coexisted alongside the mimeograph. Spirit duplicator technology gradually fell into disuse starting in the 1970s after the availability of low-cost, high-volume xerographic copiers. (Source: Wikipedia, "Spirit Duplicator", accessed November 2017). Likely used by the School District to create copies of documents for use by students (handouts, tests, etc.).
Accession No.
2017.115.1 a-g
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Description
Metal wrench. One end has one head that is 2.8cm wide, the other end has two heads, each approximately 2cm wide. "G70" stamped on one side.
Title
Madison Plow Company G70 Implement Wrench
Manufacturer
Madison Plow Company
Other Names
farm wrench
implement wrench
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
AGRICULTURE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Madison
United States
Wisconsin
Start Date
1910
End Date
1951
Period or Date Notes
Dates based on Madison Plow Company operations, as per http://www.historicmadison.org/Madison%27s%20Past/Places/Walking%20Tours/IndustrialTour2.html (accessed November 2017).
Description
Metal wrench. One end has one head that is 2.8cm wide, the other end has two heads, each approximately 2cm wide. "G70" stamped on one side.
History Of Use
G70 wrench is listed in Madison Plow Company for their wood and steel frame transplanters, cultivators, planters, and disc harrows. It is only one of two wrenches that have been attributed to the Madison Plow Company. (Source: http://www.wrenchingnews.com/sell-page/sell.html, accessed November 2017).
Length
18.5
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
2017.118.1
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Description
Square shaped and brightly coloured map of WWII era Europe, with short wave radio stations around the world and in Canada and the US listed around the borders. Map is titled "Follow the War News with a new RCA Victor Radio"
Title
RCA War Map of Europe
Manufacturer
RCA Victor Radio
Category
COMMUNICATION OBJECTS
Sub-Category
DOCUMENTARY OBJECT
Start Date
1940
End Date
1945
Period or Date Notes
In small text under the map is written "Form 2-40 15/1/40" suggesting that the date of this map could be 1940. In-depth analysis of the German positions could be used to further date the map.
Description
Square shaped and brightly coloured map of WWII era Europe, with short wave radio stations around the world and in Canada and the US listed around the borders. Map is titled "Follow the War News with a new RCA Victor Radio"
Accession No.
2004.19.1
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Material
WOOD-UNKNOWN; METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN; FABRIC-UNKNOWN;
Description
a) Large camera with adjustable stand. The camera has square frames attached to an accordion style cloth. One of the frames is immobile while the other slides back and forth on a wooden rail. On the frame that moves are two other frames that fit into each other. The camera sits upon a rectangula…
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Title
Ansco-Agfa Studio Outfit #5 Camera
Manufacturer
Ansco-Afga
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1930
End Date
1940
Description
a) Large camera with adjustable stand. The camera has square frames attached to an accordion style cloth. One of the frames is immobile while the other slides back and forth on a wooden rail. On the frame that moves are two other frames that fit into each other. The camera sits upon a rectangular wooden platform that is attached to a large upright stand. The sides are wooden stand. The sides are wooden posts while the bottom is cast iron. A ridged strip of metal is attached to the front of the wooden posts. A steel rod extends from the strip of metal to the other. A wheel on one side moves the rod to move up or down the strips of metal. Another wheel underneath the platform moves the platform to up or down. At the bottom of the stand on one side is a cast iron bar with wheels. This bar is attached to the posts. On the other side of the posts is a cast iron hitch that conforms into a triangle. b) The larger frame has a small black frame on the inside of it. On the outside of it are metal clips that hold the smaller frame in place. Embossed on the larger frame near the top is "PATENT OCT 20,1836, NO 569895" c) A small brown wooden frame with metal strips on all four sides. d) Small black wooden frame with metal latches on one side.
Narrative
Miller's International Antiques Price Guide, 1988 American Edition Judith & Martin Miller. Page 426.
History Of Use
The Ansco Studio Outfit #5 camera is a relatively obscure device, with little research information available. The camera first makes appearances in catalogues around 1930 and is seen until the 1940s. The camera is built with cherry, mahogany, and basswood. What made this camera and stand ideal for studio photographers was the construction of the camera and stand that allowed all adjustments from the focusing point. The stand permitted tilting from 10 degrees upward to 25 degrees downward, and height adjustment from 17 inches to 34 ½ inches from the floor. The camera also features a long focal range from 7 ½ inches to 42 inches, made possible by an extra inside lens board. Additionally, the camera has a sliding carriage with automatically locking positions, to permit “splitting” negatives without refocusing. Missing from our camera is the built in holder on the front for reversible backs and negative divider masks, as well as the container on the side that would hold film and plates.
Material
WOOD-UNKNOWN; METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN; FABRIC-UNKNOWN;
Height
152
Width
67
Length
80
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Number Of Parts
4
Accession No.
1991.194.1 a-d
Model Name or No.
Ansco-Agfa Studio Outfit #5
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
Back opens up but does not detatch. Made of black plastic with a metal latch to hold the back on. It is a boxy camera. It has a metal, manual shutter. Top-down view finder under a black plastic covering that lifts up. Has a black leather carrying strap.
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Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1948
End Date
1960
Description
Back opens up but does not detatch. Made of black plastic with a metal latch to hold the back on. It is a boxy camera. It has a metal, manual shutter. Top-down view finder under a black plastic covering that lifts up. Has a black leather carrying strap.
Accession No.
2013.24.37
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
Part A is the camera. It is black, with the viewer on top and the name "Ansco Clipper" around the lens on the front. The camera has rounded edges anda strap on the right side (lens facing you) Parts B and C are the box. Part B, the lid, is red and blue. Part C, the base, is white Part D is a boo…
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Title
Ansco Clipper
Brand Name
Ansco
Manufacturer
Ansco
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1930
End Date
1950
Description
Part A is the camera. It is black, with the viewer on top and the name "Ansco Clipper" around the lens on the front. The camera has rounded edges anda strap on the right side (lens facing you) Parts B and C are the box. Part B, the lid, is red and blue. Part C, the base, is white Part D is a booklet titled "Instructions for the use of the Ansco PD16 Clipper Camera with Unifo Double Lens"
History Of Use
The Ansco Clipper, Flash Clipper and Clipper Special were simple point and shoot cameras made by Agfa-Ansco (Ansco) from the 1930s into the 1950s. They took 15 images on 616 film. The lens board pulled out of the camera body for taking pictures, and collapsed to make the camera more compact when not in use. The focus and aperture were fixed, while the shutter had I and B settings.
Number Of Parts
3
Accession No.
2013.24.118 a-d
Model Name or No.
PD16
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
Camera is small, and mostly black with a silver front for the lens and flash. It has a long strap affixed to the sides. "Brownie" is on the front in stylized red font.
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Title
Kodak Brownie Target Six-16
Brand Name
Brownie
Kodak
Manufacturer
Kodak
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1933
End Date
1940
Description
Camera is small, and mostly black with a silver front for the lens and flash. It has a long strap affixed to the sides. "Brownie" is on the front in stylized red font.
History Of Use
The Six-16 Brownie was produced in the United States between 1933 and 1940. It had an art deco faceplate and a two position focus with an auxiliary lens. This camera was particularly interesting because of its unusual film size. After producing no new film sizes for 16 years, Kodak introduced two relatively short lived film sizes in 1932: the 620 and 616. The films were designed to replace earlier sizes, however the other sizes had become so well used around the world that they failed to ignite the photographic world and had all but disappeared by the beginning of the 1940s. The original price of the camera was $5.25.
Number Of Parts
1
Accession No.
2013.24.119
Model Name or No.
Six-16
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
PLASTIC; Bakelite
Description
The camera is small and sqaure. It is black, with a yellow film advance knob on the top. It has a braided black leather strap across the top. The words "Baby Brownie" are around the lens.
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Title
Baby Brownie
Brand Name
Kodak
Manufacturer
Eastman Kodak
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1934
End Date
1941
Description
The camera is small and sqaure. It is black, with a yellow film advance knob on the top. It has a braided black leather strap across the top. The words "Baby Brownie" are around the lens.
History Of Use
This small, basic camera was one of a series of “Baby Brownie” cameras made by Kodak. It was made of Bakelite (an early form of hard, brittle plastic) with a flip-up frame viewfinder. The shutter was operated by the lever under the lens. It used 127 type film, and produced pictures that were 6x4 cm in size. The cameras were manufactured from 1934 to 1941 in the United States and from 1948 to 1952 in the UK.
Material
PLASTIC; Bakelite
Accession No.
2013.24.120 a
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
The camera is a long rectangle shape. It is black with a silver film advance knob. On the front around the lens are the words "Dick Tracy" in bold letters, with a cartoon picture of a man (Dick Tracy).
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Title
Dick Tracy Camera
Brand Name
Dick Tracy
Manufacturer
Seymour Products
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Chicago
Illinois
United States
Start Date
1940
End Date
1941
Description
The camera is a long rectangle shape. It is black with a silver film advance knob. On the front around the lens are the words "Dick Tracy" in bold letters, with a cartoon picture of a man (Dick Tracy).
History Of Use
The Dick Tracy camera was marketed by the Seymour Products company of Chicago, Illinois circa 1940. The camera was constructed of black plastic Bakelite (an early form of hard, brittle plastic) with a built-in eye-level view finder and fitted with a decorative interchangeable metal face plate. It featured a fixed focus meniscus lens and simple shutter provided snap shot and time exposures. This miniature camera was capable of producing sixteen photos, 3 x 4 cm in size, on #127 or A8 roll film. This camera design was part of the Chicago Common Style of cameras. This style was very common and originated from Jack Galter’s 1939 United States camera patent #114,324.
Accession No.
2013.24.124
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
The camera is a tall rectangle, with black sides and a silver top and front. It has a fabric strap around the sides (shoelace material). It has two black circular "feet" on the bottom.
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Title
Brownie Reflex Synchro
Brand Name
Kodak
Manufacturer
Canadian Kodan Company Ltd.
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Canada
Start Date
1941
End Date
1952
Description
The camera is a tall rectangle, with black sides and a silver top and front. It has a fabric strap around the sides (shoelace material). It has two black circular "feet" on the bottom.
History Of Use
The Kodak Brownie Reflex, Synchro Model was made in the United States from 1941 to 1952. A similar non-Synchro model, which didn’t synchronize the flash with the shutter, was also made from 1940 to 1941. Its original price was $6. It took typical square photos on 127 roll film, and the camera featured a twin-lens reflex, which showed mirror images in the view finder.
Accession No.
2013.24.125
Model Name or No.
Reflex Synchro
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
ANIMAL-LEATHER;
FABRIC-UNKNOWN;
METAL/ALLOY-BRASS;
Description
The object has a hard leather case with retrackable cloth tape. Leather case is brown and the stitching is starting to separate. There is a brass knob on the top which is secured by a brass screw which threads through from the bottom of the case. The tape has a 12.8 cm piece of 1.5cm wide leather s…
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Original Owner
Authur J. Campbell
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
England
Start Date
1909
End Date
1984
Period or Date Notes
Date reference from donor - about 75 years old in 1984
Description
The object has a hard leather case with retrackable cloth tape. Leather case is brown and the stitching is starting to separate. There is a brass knob on the top which is secured by a brass screw which threads through from the bottom of the case. The tape has a 12.8 cm piece of 1.5cm wide leather strap hand sewn onto the beginning of it and has a brass tab on the end. Fabric measure has some numbers visible but is quite worn. "Hockley - England - Abbey" is inscribe on the top. 66 Ft, No. 260 is stamped on top of brass knob.
Material
ANIMAL-LEATHER;
FABRIC-UNKNOWN;
METAL/ALLOY-BRASS;
Height
1.5 cm
Diameter
12 cm
Circumference
38 cm
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Dimension Notes
66 Ft is marked on brass knob on case
Accession No.
1984.3.12
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
FABRIC-COTTON;
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Description
1984.3.7a: Is a heavy cotton cone icing bag with a small opening at the bottom. This would be filled with cake icing which would then be pressed down towards the open decorative tip. 1984.3.7b: Is a light weight, turned wooden handle, open at both ends, and shaped to fit into a hand. The cloth cone…
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Original Owner
Arthur J Campbell
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD SERVICE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1943
End Date
1952
Period or Date Notes
Taken from donor sheet
Description
1984.3.7a: Is a heavy cotton cone icing bag with a small opening at the bottom. This would be filled with cake icing which would then be pressed down towards the open decorative tip. 1984.3.7b: Is a light weight, turned wooden handle, open at both ends, and shaped to fit into a hand. The cloth cone fits through the handle with the small tip at the bottom end. 1984.3.7c: Is a metal icing tip used to ice cakes
Narrative
1984.3.7c fits quite tightly in the icing bag so hard to tell if it is fixed in there or separate.
7/11/2016
Material
FABRIC-COTTON;
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Number Of Parts
3
Accession No.
1984.3.7 a-c
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
FABRIC-VELVET;
METAL/ALLOY-BRASS; WOOD-UNKNOWN;
PLASTIC;
Description
1997.58.1 a: A small brown mahogany wooden box lined with black velvet on the inside. The lid of the box has a yellow manufacturers' label in the centre of it. "Sikes Hydrometer Dring&Faage 56 Stamford St London Makers to the Revenues of the United Kingdon & Colonies. There is a crest with two lion…
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Title
Sikes Hygrometer
Manufacturer
Dringe&Page - The words "Makers to the Revenue of the United Kindom & Colonies" on the label indicate their work was well known.
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Sub-Category
DATA PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
METEROLOGICAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
London
Start Date
1840
End Date
1941
Period or Date Notes
Science Museum Group Collection.
Description
1997.58.1 a: A small brown mahogany wooden box lined with black velvet on the inside. The lid of the box has a yellow manufacturers' label in the centre of it. "Sikes Hydrometer Dring&Faage 56 Stamford St London Makers to the Revenues of the United Kingdon & Colonies. There is a crest with two lions on either side of it and a crown at the top between the names Sikes & the Maker below. It has two 2.5cm long brass hinges at the back and two brass hook fasteners at either end of the front. Inside the box are indentations which hold the instruments securely in place. 1997.58.1 b: A glass thermometer mounted on a 18.2 cm long narrow piece of plastic type material, with brass mounts at either end. DRING&fAGE 56 STAMFORD ST LONDON is marked above the top of the termometer. There is a small mark to one side with the words TRADE at the top and MARK at the bottom. Thermometers are marked in degrees from 30 to 100. 1997.58.1 c: Is the hygrometer which has a narrow brass ruler with markings from 0 down to 10 and is attached to a lightweight brass coloured bulb. The trade mark is at the top of one side of the ruler without the makers name. Along side of the instrument itself are 10 ivory colour buttons which would had held the disk type of weights (msg) in place. 1997.58.1 d: A thin weighted 4.5cm long brass coloured tube which appears to have been attached to the bottom of the bulb at the top. The bottom has a small tear drop shape to it which would hold the hydrometer upright when inserted into water.
Narrative
The ten weights for the hydrometer are missing. They would have been round flat disks with a slit on one side that slipped into place on the pegs.
History Of Use
Used for measuring density in liquids like water, etc.
Material
FABRIC-VELVET;
METAL/ALLOY-BRASS; WOOD-UNKNOWN;
PLASTIC;
Inscriptions
SIKES HYDROMETER
Height
5.2 cm
Width
10.0 cm
Length
21.5 cm
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Number Of Parts
4
Accession No.
1997.58.1 a-d
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
CERAMIC;
Description
Ceramic wide cream coffee mug with a gold trim around the rim. There is a picture of St.John The Divine Anglican Church, Quick BC 1914-1984 on the front of the mug..
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Title
St. John The Divine Anglican Church, Quick BC
Manufacturer Notes
Decorated in Canada; Heritage Arts China
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD SERVICE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
England
Start Date
1914
End Date
1984
Description
Ceramic wide cream coffee mug with a gold trim around the rim. There is a picture of St.John The Divine Anglican Church, Quick BC 1914-1984 on the front of the mug..
Material
CERAMIC;
Accession No.
2008.6.1
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
Ceramic
Description
Ceramic wide mouth cream coffee mug with gold trim around the mouth. There is a picture with Glentanna 1920-1941 on the front.
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Title
Glentanna
Manufacturer Notes
Decorated in Canada; Heritage Arts China, St. Catherines
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD SERVICE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
England
Start Date
1920
End Date
1941
Description
Ceramic wide mouth cream coffee mug with gold trim around the mouth. There is a picture with Glentanna 1920-1941 on the front.
Material
Ceramic
Accession No.
2008.6.2
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
CERAMIC;
Description
Ceramic wide mouth cream coffee mug with gold trim around the rim. There is a picture of the St. John The Divine Anglican Church, Quick BC 1914-1984 on front of the mug.
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Title
St. John The Divine Anglican Church, Quick BC 1914-1984
Manufacturer Notes
Decorated in Canada, Heritage Arts Gifts
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD SERVICE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
England
Start Date
1914
End Date
1984
Description
Ceramic wide mouth cream coffee mug with gold trim around the rim. There is a picture of the St. John The Divine Anglican Church, Quick BC 1914-1984 on front of the mug.
Material
CERAMIC;
Accession No.
2008.6.3
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images

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