|Object ID #||1957.024.015|
|Title||Domestic Science Course Apron|
|Lexicon category||3: Personal Artifacts|
|Place of Origin||Grey County, Ontario|
|Description||Domestic Science course apron from 1914. It is a white apron with a bib, gathered heavily at the waist. There is a long hem. There are no pockets.|
This apron was from a domestic science course in 1914. The school where it was made or used is not recorded, but it was likely situated in Owen Sound, Grey County or the nearby area.
Mrs. Gideon Carrie used to reside in Sydenham Township, Grey County, but later lived in Owen Sound. This likely wasn't something she had, but perhaps it had belonged to her daughter or grand-daughter? Her daughter was Mrs. John McQuaker of Owen Sound. Her grand-daughter was Mrs. Frank Smith of Owen Sound.
|Collection||Textiles, 20th-c Clothing Collection, Women's|
|Dimensions||W-93 L-69 cm|
|Found||Owen Sound, Grey County|
|Subjects||World War I (First World War/The Great War)|
|Function||An apron that was worn or made by a female who was learning household science at her school.|