Round cedar First Nations pot holder, or trivet, with black and red pattern. Aida Freeman inherited this collection from her mother, who was married to the railway station agent in Lytton. Her mother was given most of the baskets in return for favours of reading letters to the people who had received them. The collection comes from a wide area, and the baskets were not necessarily made by the giver. Mrs Freeman's mother lived in Lytton from approximately 1912 to 1950. There are also several baskets in the Yale Museum collection from the same source.