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  • Appliqued Quilt, Early 1900's (Made by Mary E. (Peterson) Allhusen
    Appliqued Quilt, Early 1900's (Made by Mary E. (Peterson) Allhusen
    Objectcomment       Mrs. Allhusen was known in the Iron Bridge for her skills as a midwife. (1877-1930)
    Objectcomment     Mrs. Allhusen was known in the Iron Bridge for her skills as a midwife. (1877-1930)
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  • Hand Crafted Wood and Metal Model of Alligator, Steam Warping Tug (Created by Joe Sarazin)
    Hand Crafted Wood and Metal Model of Alligator, Steam Warping Tug (Created by Joe Sarazin)
    Object       Called alligator because they had the ability to crawl or winch themselves across land from one body of water to another. The boat was a flat-bottomed scow (warping tug) made of three-inch by six inch white pine planks and driven by two paddlewheels. The power came from a simple, upright, …
    Object     Called alligator because they had the ability to crawl or winch themselves across land from one body of water to another. The boat was a flat-bottomed scow (warping tug) made …
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  • Wooden Replica of Tramway, ca 1950, part of Blind River sawmill site, (Created by Joe Sarazin)
    Wooden Replica of Tramway, ca 1950, part of Blind River sawmill site, (Created by Joe Sarazin)
    Object       This is a hand created replica of a wooden tramway which was used for the horses to travel toward the greenway at the sawmill. The logs would be unloaded and travel up the greenway into the sawmill building to be sawed by the sawyer. Tramways were often a place where …
    Object     This is a hand created replica of a wooden tramway which was used for the horses to travel toward the greenway at the sawmill. The logs would be unloaded and …
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  • Hand Quilted Name Quilt (From Mississauga First Nation)to Dr. Frank Hammil.
    Hand Quilted Name Quilt (From Mississauga First Nation)to Dr. Frank Hammil.
    Object       The quilt making was initiated by May Thompson and assembled in her home. A list of names of all the contributing families can be seen here.
    Object     The quilt making was initiated by May Thompson and assembled in her home. A list of names of all the contributing families can be seen here.
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  • Hand sewn Blue And White Name Quilt
    Hand sewn Blue And White Name Quilt
    Object       Names Listed On the Quilt: AMES ON 1920'S QUILT. A. J. Abernethy Fred Adams Grace Adams R. R. Adams J. Addison J. M. Albert Dr. A. A. Allan Mr & Mrs G. Allen F. Anderson J. B. Anderson R. F. Anderson C. E. Andrews S. Applegath F. W. Arnold J. …
    Object     Names Listed On the Quilt: AMES ON 1920'S QUILT. A. J. Abernethy Fred Adams Grace Adams R. R. Adams J. Addison J. M. Albert Dr. A. A. Allan Mr & …
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  • Quilted (Baby - Carriage) Blanket (by Annie Jones)
    Quilted (Baby - Carriage) Blanket (by Annie Jones)
    Object       The quilter was Annie Jones.
    Object     The quilter was Annie Jones.
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  • Antique Baby Carriage
    Antique Baby Carriage
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  • Cash Register Mounted on Cabinet from Palace Theatre, Blind River
    Cash Register Mounted on Cabinet from Palace Theatre, Blind River
    Object       This cash register is a family heirloom, belonging to the donor's father, Norman Solomon and grandfather, Albert Solomon. Mr. Albert Solomon started Solomon's Store, a department store which was opposite the Palace Theatre on Hanes Avenue in Blind River, Ontario Canada. Built in 1928, The Palace Royale, the Palace Theatre …
    Object     This cash register is a family heirloom, belonging to the donor's father, Norman Solomon and grandfather, Albert Solomon. Mr. Albert Solomon started Solomon's Store, a department store which was opposite …
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  • Antique Bear Trap
    Antique Bear Trap
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  • Double Long Spring Small Animal Trap
    Double Long Spring Small Animal Trap
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  • 1930 Rinco Model K80 Two Man Chainsaw
    1930 Rinco Model K80 Two Man Chainsaw
    Object       Accession # x980.335.1 This two man chainsaw was used to cut lumber and was donated to the Timber Village Museum by The McFadden Lumber Co. Emil Lerp, the founding father of Dolmar Company, in 1927, came up with the first ever tool to use gasoline or petrol, as the main …
    Object     Accession # x980.335.1 This two man chainsaw was used to cut lumber and was donated to the Timber Village Museum by The McFadden Lumber Co. Emil Lerp, the founding father …
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  • Wright Chainsaw (Model GS 2520)
    Wright Chainsaw (Model GS 2520)
    Object       This saw manufactured by Wright is possibly a Model GS-2520 that was only in production from 1958 to 1959 and was actually a reciprocating saw/chainsaw.
    Object     This saw manufactured by Wright is possibly a Model GS-2520 that was only in production from 1958 to 1959 and was actually a reciprocating saw/chainsaw.
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  • Dolmar - Ring & Co.  (RINCO) Two Man Chainsaw, Circa 1925
    Dolmar - Ring & Co. (RINCO) Two Man Chainsaw, Circa 1925
    Object       Accession Number: X980.334.1 This piece is the First gas powered portable chainsaw manufactured by Rinco (Germany) and probably sold by the first salesman Andreas Stihl (later the founder of Stihl Industries). The Rinco company later became Stihl.
    Object     Accession Number: X980.334.1 This piece is the First gas powered portable chainsaw manufactured by Rinco (Germany) and probably sold by the first salesman Andreas Stihl (later the founder of Stihl …
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  • David - Bradley Chainsaw, Circa 1955
    David - Bradley Chainsaw, Circa 1955
    Object       Serial # 35588130.
    Object     Serial # 35588130.
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  • Root Chainsaw, 1962 - 1964
    Root Chainsaw, 1962 - 1964
    Object       Accession Number # 1001.5.1
    Object     Accession Number # 1001.5.1
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  • Trams Chainsaw
    Trams Chainsaw
    Objectcomment       This is a very unique item and was produced by Trams Manufacturing Co. from Chicago, Illinois (Crystal Lake, Ill) and is a 3.5 hp, 77 cc engine. It was produced approximately around 1957. Model # 2428338
    Objectcomment     This is a very unique item and was produced by Trams Manufacturing Co. from Chicago, Illinois (Crystal Lake, Ill) and is a 3.5 hp, 77 cc engine. It was produced …
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  • Birch Bark Canoe by Nap Vincent
    Birch Bark Canoe by Nap Vincent
    Object       This birch bark canoe and wooden paddle were created by hand by Nap Vincent, (son of William Vincent). The paddle displays native style artwork in the form of a totem pole with various animals.
    Object     This birch bark canoe and wooden paddle were created by hand by Nap Vincent, (son of William Vincent). The paddle displays native style artwork in the form of a totem …
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  • Moosonee Area Birch Bark Canoe
    Moosonee Area Birch Bark Canoe
    Object       This canoe was made by native people from the Moosonee area and is constructed with pine bark, pine sap, leather strapping and wood slats. It measures 21 feet long and weighs approximately 130 pounds.
    Object     This canoe was made by native people from the Moosonee area and is constructed with pine bark, pine sap, leather strapping and wood slats. It measures 21 feet long and …
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  • Huron (Beavertail) Style Snowshoes
    Huron (Beavertail) Style Snowshoes
    Object       Traditional snowshoes are made of a hard wood, usually ash. The webbing material is rawhide, which is strips of denuded animal skin. The animal from which the webbing material was retrieved was traditionally moose, deer, or caribou.
    Object     Traditional snowshoes are made of a hard wood, usually ash. The webbing material is rawhide, which is strips of denuded animal skin. The animal from which the webbing material was …
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  • Loyal Orange Lodge Uniform Jacket, 1900's
    Loyal Orange Lodge Uniform Jacket, 1900's
    Objectcomment       This jacket was worn by Frederick J. Allhusen (1878-1933). Mr. Allhusen arrived in Iron Bridge from England in 1900. He served in WW 1, in both France and England and was discharged at 41 in 1919. He passed away at the age of 55.
    Objectcomment     This jacket was worn by Frederick J. Allhusen (1878-1933). Mr. Allhusen arrived in Iron Bridge from England in 1900. He served in WW 1, in both France and England and …
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