A Personal Family Collection

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This tallow pot belonged to dad, Larkin Watson Buckland, Jr. (1915-1993) and he used it during his days on the steam engines working both as a fireman and then an engineer on the Norfolk & Western.

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The oil can belonged to my grandfather, L.W. Buckland, SR (1885-1967) who was also an N&W fireman.

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Vintage milk can (individual size) belonged to my grandfather, L.W. Buckland, Sr. He used to take it in his lunch.

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Gift to me from Grandmother Buckland before she passed away in 1960.

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Belonged to Dad when he was a boy.

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Engine pins given to Lucille Buckland and all wives of engineers. The men were give tie tacks and cuff links.

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McCoy Pottery – Lucille Buckland

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Turn of the century, primitive pie safe given to Asa & Altha Davis by J. Henry Jessee when they got married in 1902.

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Vintage barber brush (circa 1920-1934) belonged to the railroader. He went to barber school in Columbus, OH when he was 19.

TABOR crock from Dads Tabor line - sarah jane tabor buckland

Turn of the century, hand-hewn crock from the Tabor line (Sarah Jane Tabor Buckland)

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Small leather purse belonged to Grandmother Mary Jane Davidson Buckland

Robert Buckland gave to Lucille abt 1939

Uncle Robert Buckland gave to Lucille Buckland in 1939.

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Garden hoe – Grandmother Altha Rudolph Brooks Davis

Great Grandmother Teapot

Cartwright Brothers Teapot – Great Grandmother Eliza Greever Gregory Davidson

Grandma Davis' Cov'd Vegetable

Royal Bayreuth (Bavarian) Covered Vegetable Bowl – Grandmother Altha Rudolph Brooks Davis

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Jadite Salt & Pepper (kitchen size) – Grandmother Mary Jane Davidson Buckland

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Little girl and her poodles – given to me by Grandmother Altha Davis when I was young.

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