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  • 1. The Toy House by Ramsey, Gertrude
     
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    The Toy House was built in 1924 as home for the Tyron Toymakers and Woodcarvers, a project started by Eleanor Vance and Charlotte Yale, who wanted to help the native population through development of their crafts. The Toy House sold unusual carved furniture, frames, and wooden toys. A fire later destroyed tools, patterns, and supplies, leaving the house empty and waiting. The Guilberts of Boston, sold their home in suburban New England to reopen the Toy House and begin the process again of making over fifty different toys, ideas coming from many sources including adult customers memories.
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