|Object ID #||1959.002.007|
|Object Name||Pan, Muffin|
|Title||Cast Iron Muffin Pan|
|Lexicon category||4: T&E For Materials|
|Place of Origin||Unknown|
Iron muffin pan for baking eleven muffins, late 19th-c? The pan-like areas are arranged in three rows, with the middle row only 3 pans, as the ends have lift handle areas.
Owned and used by Mary Ann "Minnie" Givens (neé McKay, 1871 - 1950) in her farm home at Massie about 1900.
Subsequently owned by their daughter Jean Givens (b. 1899-d.1991), who resided in Owen Sound, Grey County after she married W. G. (Bud) Reid. Her parents are buried in Greenwood Cemetery.
|Collection||Food Processing Tools & Equipment|
|Found||Holland Township (formerly), Township of Chatsworth, Grey County|
Givens, Mary Ann
|Function||A baking pan that has eleven ovoid pan areas to it to form muffins. It also could be used for forming maple sugar candy cakes.|