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George Klein and Robert Owens working together on the prototype for an electric-powered chair. Photo courtesy of National Research Council Canada, Archives.

3 wheels from the late nineteenth century, the early twentieth century and the mid twentieth century.

Sports wheelchair used by New Brunswick athlete and Sports Hall of Fame member, Sandra Devenney, in competition in the 1970s. Metal fram with green leather seat and back; maker's mark on foot rest. Accompanied by photos of 1970s competitions, from…

Photograph of bus in use as of 2014 in Halifax Nova Scotia for transportation of persons using wheelchairs

Illustrations from Walter Callow's fund-raising pamphlet, 14 pages, illustrated.

Folding wheelchair Model Premier C12673, metal frame with cloth seat, restraining strap, push rim on right side only. Owned by family, possibly used in an institution.

Basic wheelchair, p. 8. Trade catalogue entitled Gendron Invalid Chairs, Sticker unlimited, Physicians' Supplies, Toronto. 55 pages, illustrated, Insert amending price list effective January 1, 1914.

Rolling invalid chair with metal wheels, push rims, and push bar, 2 front drive wheels and 2 rear stabilizer wheels, rattan seat, back and leg rest. Found in Hôpital de l'Assomption, Grand Falls, New Brunswick when purchased 1952.

Patent to improve vehicle wheels by attaching metal spokes by hooks into a metal rim

Two rolling invalid chairs; adult chair metal spoked wheels, 2 front dive wheels, rattan back, wood seat and leg/foot rests; child's chair wood wheels, 2 front drive wheels and 1 back stabilizer wheel, rattan back and seat, no leg or foot rests.
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