Scope note(s)

Source note(s)

Display note(s)

Hierarchical terms


Equivalent terms


Associated terms


33 Archival description results for Stoves

33 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

Artifacts collected by Josephine Perron of Naicam, Saskatchewan

Images of artifacts collected and preserved by Josephine Marie-Anne Perron (1915-2001), daughter of Pierre and Celina (nee Laderoute) Perron, of Naicam, Saskatchewan. The artifacts belonged to members of the Perron and Laderoute families; several were handmade by Perron's brother, Joseph Perron. The artifacts include a plunger for washing clothes; Lincoln wood burning stove; hand wringer; sod iron; washboards; oil lamp; egg cups; dishware; cutlery and utensils; clocks; match holders, including one from the Watson Mercantile Co. in Watson, Saskatchewan; pin cushion; vases; violin and guitar; religious statuettes; tobacco boxes; voyageur sash; letter bag; quilts; cushions; temperance sash; and temperance cross.

Charles F. Holmes in his homestead tent

  • R-A21077
  • Item
  • 1908-12

Charles F. Holmes seated in his homestead tent near Gull Lake. Stove and supplies in tent including a 5 pound can of Golden syrup.

Results 1 to 10 of 33