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Barber’s chair
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Barber’s chair

Object 974.008.001

Barber’s chair

Barber’s chair

A barber’s chair of wood and metal with a hydraulic lift and padded leather seat. It was used at Eugene Laflamme’s barber shop at the Con Mine recreation hall (1948-1959), and then at Woody Woodrow’s barber shop in downtown Yellowknife (1961-1972).

Object Details
Accession No. 974.008.001
Maker Koken Barber Supply Company, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Location /
Era c. 1909
Culture
Handcuffs
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Handcuffs

Object 981.057.001 a,b

Handcuffs

Handcuffs

A pair of metal handcuffs owned by John Firth, a Hudson’s Bay Company manager at the Peel River Post. In the late 1800s, John Firth was appointed as the first law enforcement officer in that region. He acted as a Justice of the Peace until the coming of the North-West Mounted Police to Fort McPherson in 1903.

Object Details
Accession No. 981.057.001 a,b
Maker Marlin Firearms Company, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Location /
Era Early 1900s
Culture