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Antique Furniture - Settee
Circa 1890, Nova Scotia. Part of 5 piece parlor set, originally purchased by the Colquhouns of toney River, Pictou Co. Nova Scotia. Hand tooled wood, likely elm, horse hair filled, diamond tuffed. (Original upholstery was replaced in 1980s by Lorne Hedman of TLD Upholstery, Cranbrook, with very similar type fabric) Paired with Platform rocker 2007.025.002


ca 1890
2007.025.001 Temp. location : new gift shop

Woman's cowhide leather train travel case. Light tan colour with pink material lining. Manufacturer: "Shortrip". Removable tray with jewelry compartment and velvet pillow. Pereline Nylon hair brush, 4 plastic containers with gold coloured tops for perfume, creams, etc. (1 missing container). round beveled glass mirror. Zippered make up pouch. 2 locking latches (Key attached) with handle. I dentification tag with original tag belonging to Mrs. Evan B. Hawken. circa 1925-1935
train travel case

2007.029.001 3-Dimensional
More Info Raw Silk
The package of raw silk comes from Evelyn Storey Nott, her sister Blanche (Storey) Clark and Vivian (Storey) Martin donated their pieces to the Yale BC Museum. Carol A Anderson's Aunt gave these 2 pieces.
artifact: silk

2012.029.002 3-Dimensional - Clothing & Textiles
More Info Steam Whistle Brewing Company
Article regarding the Steam Whistle Brewing Company, located in a converted CP rail roundhouse near Toronto's waterfront.
textual record : newspaper clipping

Monday, November 20, 2006
2012.034.018 2-2-5-9
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