H2001.25.87 - Greenpeace button c. 1970

Catalogue Number
H2001.25.87
Object Name
button
Object Type
political
Associated Material

H995.49.1-139; H2000.20.1-32

Use Country
Canada
Use Province / Territory
B.C.
Use Municipality
Vancouver
Dates/Period
1970s
Date
1970 to 1979
Artifact History

Donor was never a member of Greenpeace. Mabel Eugenie Danvers married George Clewes in 1903 in England. Their daughter, Mabel Eileen Clewes, known as Audrey, was born in September of 1904 (d. 1993). Meaning to move to California, they ended up in Vancouver 1925. Audrey moved in 1927. William (Bill) Godfrey Hessenthaler (changed his name to Taylor during WWI) was born in 1891. He moved to Vancouver and married Audrey Clewes in 1938. They lived at 3229 3rd Ave W. Micheal Terence (Terry) Taylor, the donor, was born March 17, 1939. Terry became a fungus specialist at the University of British Columbia. He married Maureen Elizabeth Couter and they had one child, Elaine Heather Taylor on March 9, 1968. See Documentation Specific File H995.49.1-140. Documentation Specific File for H2001.25.1-95 contains photographs.

Associated Vancouver Neighbourhood

kitsilano

Physical Description
Yellow and green Greenpeace button; "Greenpeace" printed across button with ecology sign above and peace sign below; pin on back.
Material
plastic, metal, paper, ink
Colour
Green, Yellow, Silver
Parts
Artifact Part Height (cm) Length (cm) Width (cm) Depth (cm) Diameter (cm) Thickness (cm) Weight
3.20
Technique
machine made
Nomenclature
Department
History
Source
Taylor, Terry