The best of show I think is this small German stove which is very old. On top of it you will see the original
utensils of copper. I love this since I love blue and white. And next to it is a small iron kitchen scale from the
1920's. It is shown with some of the oven doors open.
Note the pink one at the top.
And next is a pretty doll from the 40's or 50's:
And a set of 1950's Disney puppets: one is Peter Pan and the other is Tramp
First of all, cleaning up after the gift opening at home on Christmas morning and seeing some photos of the grandkids opening theirs.
Then secondly, I was responsible for decorating under the Christmas tree at the
Museum House where I volunteer as a docent. They had quite a collection of rare old toys which I may later do a post on when I go on January 3 to un-decorate there. The Garden Club did the rest of the Christmas decorating in the house.
Next, a couple of Cowgirl suits and a Cowboy suit fromt he 50's also.
These were quite popular in the 50's because of all the Western movies. All boys wanted to be Roy Rogers, Hopalong Cassidy, Tex Ritter, Rocky Lane or others and girls wanted to be Annie Oakley or Dale Evans.
Some child's toy furniture next:
And another view of the trunk alone: