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Display of wood carvings made by William Nicholson of Tujunga. Nicholson carved while sitting on the porch of his store, Nicholson and Nicholson Groceries, at 10227 Commerce Ave. (now a private residence) from 1917 to 1948. He often won prizes for his carvings. Little Landers Historical Society. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.
Smithsonian Natural History Museum in the 1970s
Glass Toy Marbles - Vintage I still love marbles! Used to play them at recess in elementary school. The principal regarded it as gambling and put a stop to it.
Apache Painted Rawhide Playing Cards Set of 37; all painted in red, yellow, and blue; 3.5 in. x 2.25 in.; 19th century. Historical society states that these cards were accessioned in 1908 and were used for the game of Monte.
Roman bone implements
also native american home images with info to print out here www.montessorifor...
Crystal Pets were my favorite. I actually wish I still had them.
62 vintage MINI PLASTIC ANIMALS Elephant steer by LaughingGrape - THEY USED TO PUT THESE ON TOP OF MY ICEES AT WOOLWORTHS IN THE 70'S!
US Army Rations - World War II
I had several of these as a child. I forgot all about them.Glass animals