|Object ID #||1990.021.012|
|Object Name||Slicer, Vegetable|
|Lexicon category||4: T&E For Materials|
|Credit line||In Memory of Edwin Miller|
|Place of Origin||Unknown|
A hand-held wooden and metal vegetable slicer, with a shaped wooden gripping area that has a hanging hole drilled into it. It may be made of birch wood. There is a corrugated metal area.
Formerly owned by Caroline and John Miller. Caroline's parents were Jacob and Elizabetha Ruppenthal. The Millers lived in a farm house south of Hanover, in Normanby Township, Grey County.
Last owned by Dorothy Miller (neé Miller), who was married to Edwin Miller, a brother of the last two occupants of the Miller farmhouse. They were twin brothers, Noah and Aaron Miller.
|Collection||Food Processing Tools & Equipment|
|Dimensions||W-11.5 L-30 cm|
|Found||Normanby Township (formerly), Municipality of West Grey, Grey County|
|Function||A household / kitchen item that was operated by hand. It was used to slice vegetables. It could be hung up on a wall nail for storage.|