|Object ID #||1959.030.015|
|Object Name||Plane, Molding|
|Lexicon category||4: T&E For Materials|
|Year Range from||1860|
|Year Range to||1880|
|Place of Origin||Unknown|
A molding plane. One of a set of 19th-century moulding planes.
Reportedly made by/belonged to Henry Van Dusen (b. 1837? - d. 1920) of Brooke (Brookholm), the northwest area of Owen Sound, Grey County, circa 1914. He was the grandfather of Olive McDonald and the father of Mrs. George A. Ducker. His name is seen spelt differently in various sources, i.e. "Vandusen" and "Van Dusan". The Van Dusen family were U.E.L.
Last owned by his son-in-law, George A. Ducker who estimated that they were 1860 - 1880. Henry Van Dusen was the grandfather of Olive McDonald and the father of Mrs. George A. Ducker.
|Collection||Woodworking Tools and Equipment|
|Found||Brookeholm, Owen Sound and Township of Georgian Bluffs, Grey County|