No one got the answer this week!
A very distinctive sewing basket in the collections at the Clearwater Historical Museum is the answer for Week 251 of Orofino History Trivia a special feature to celebrate the history and heritage of Clearwater Country.
Join in the discovery!
Monday: Two turning baskets
Tuesday: A place for pins
Wednesday: Three legs
Thursday: Mrs. George Kaiser
Friday: Spools of thread
Saturday: About 3 1/2 feet high
Monday: Useful to a seamstress.
Tuesday: Numbers and letters around the top basket
Wednesday: From the Ike Dunlap home
There is a very distinctive sewing basket at the Clearwater Historical Museum which belonged to Mrs. George Kaiser and came from the home of Ike Dunlap. It has two turning baskets.
The top one has places for spools of thread. Around the outside between the decorative spool holders are letters and numbers. Does anyone know what they represent? The top basket also has a lid that has a pin cushion on top.
The second basket is open and has space for yarn and other sewing notions.
Stop by and look at the sewing basket more closely.
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