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Bell

  • CA RMA RMA_97.6.6
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Ornamental Chinese Bell with Hammer Bell does not have a clapper but is rung by striking it with the hammer. Bell stand is shaped like a pagoda. # of parts: 2 Colour: Gold

Bellows, Chinese

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1959.0003.0031
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A rectangular box type air pump, or bellows used by early Chinese miners in place of a bellows. All board construction from spruce. Size of the plunger is 9 3 4 " x 5 1 4". Plunger handle is made from 2 - a" round dowels. Air intake...

Belt

  • CA KMS KMS_DA-973-424-011
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This object is a cloth bet with decorative embroidery on the front. The main piece of the belt is a thick piece of fabric that which is light brown colored on the back and covered in embroidery on the front. The top of this piece of fabric is flat...

Belt

  • CA KMS KMS_DA-977-760-006D
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1 5 piece General's Costume. Pink silk with satin decorate sequins. Includes shirt, skirt, 2 overskirts and a belt.

Belt

  • CA KMS KMS_DA-977-760-011D
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1 five piece DAI KOW General's Costume.Belt green silk with blue/gold, red/purple and silver/green sequins. Also includes pale blue glass beads and silk tassels. Costume includes: collar, wrap around skirt, shield, paneled apron, and matching...

Bench

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_2001.0002.0021.A
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Two short wood bench consisting of a top plank, two legs and two side rails. The legs are attached, at an angle, to the top by mortise and tenon joints along with square nails. The legs have a triangle pice cut out of them at the bottom. The side ...

Bench

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_2001.0002.0021.B
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Two short wood bench consisting of a top plank, two legs and two side rails. The legs are attached, at an angle, to the top by mortise and tenon joints along with square nails. The legs have a triangle pice cut out of them at the bottom. The side ...

Bessie Tang (Obituary)

  • CA EMA EMA_Vertical File 'T'|Bessie Tang
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Bessie Tang's obituary provide by the McCall Funeral Service. Bessie died on October 17, 2005. Bessie Tang was Jack Tang's wife. The couple married in 1942.

Black Columbia Record Box

  • CA CUMB CUMB_2007.025.001
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This item was used to Hold Audio Records. The inside of the lid reads: “Columbia Phonograph, New York, London , Selections.”

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