"Visiting Rotarian" admittance card. The card is cream coloured with dark blue font. In the center, the Rotary Club symbol (a blue and gold gear). At the top, in blue block font, "Visiting Rotarian - "Welcome to our club"". In pen, hand written, "Bill Kavanagh - St. Thomas Ont. - Law Enforcement - Past President". Towards the bottom, "To Rotarian Making up: You may wish to save this badge for your own record of make up. - Westmount Club - Date Aug 6 97."
The object is a round ammeter made of a silver-coloured metal. Its face is white with a black needle and measurements to indicate amperes from 0 to 30. It reads "'EVER READY AMMETER' AMERICAN ELECTRICAL NOVELTY & MFG. CO. NEW YORK CITY." The face is overlaid with glass. At the top of the device is a ring to which a leather cord ending in a metal rod is tied. Another metal rod protrudes from the device's bottom.
Light surface scratching and tarnishing on metal; leather worn.
Clear glass CD 128 insulator. Short dome with a deep wire groove separating the dome from the long skirt. Thick walls with no inner skirt, with threads on the narrow inside of the wire groove and dome. Smooth base with no drip points. Skirt has raised lettering reading "Armstrong's CSC" on one side and "MADE IN U.S.A." an 'A' inside of a circle logo and "29 47" on the other.
Pin insulator for telephone wires on utility poles, to isolate the wire from the supporting pin. Glass pin insulators are assigned a Consolidated Design (CD) number corresponding to a specific glass shape. CD numbers are only hobby-specific for collectors, and are not used or recognised by insulator manufacturers. Reaccessioned from 2009.48.39