Workbench
Workbench
Workbench
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Wallace and Area Museum

Workbench


Accession number: 2020.6.1
Date: 1930s
Materials: Wood, metal
Measurements: 121.7 cm L x 46 cm W x 74.6 cm H
Description: One wooden workbench with two-level tabletop and two vices. There is a ladder like structure spanning between the length of the table legs.
History of Use: This workbench was given to Wallace school in 1932 by Cyrus Eaton. Schools in Pugwash, Oxford, Wallace, and the Margaret King School in Pugwash Junction were outfitted by Cyrus Eaton with equipment for Domestic Science and Manual Training.