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Sandwich Glass Museum

This baby carriage is a child-sized replica of the Boston, Plymouth & Sandwich Mail Stage. It was built by William Perry (1804-1880) for his twin daughters Celia and Abigail. Tragically, both daughters died in 1836.

The inset in the upper right of the photo shows the child-sized doll which is in the carriage.
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bowlakeboy

It's ok, Suzy. Jacki fixed it.

pumpkinhead

Dang computers!!!
Hope it's soon resolved, Ed.

bowlakeboy

Haven't solved it yet. I can solve puzzles and comment, but I can not post. grrr!

bookish

Because your name is one of my bookmarks, I noticed the absence of puzzles from you. Now understand. Good luck. Computers!!

bowlakeboy

Thank you, Francine. There are more to come, but I'm having some software issues at the moment.

bookish

What an interesting museum. Haven't been commenting but loving all your photos. Thanks, Ed.

bowlakeboy

Suzy, you are correct in blaming -- oops! -- I mean CREDITING Jacki. She thought of the inset.

pumpkinhead

The inset is spooky cool! At first I thought there was a mirror I missed.
Well done Ed and Jacki.
:)

bowlakeboy

Ardy, our comments crossed in transit. :)) Thanks, glad you liked it.

bowlakeboy

Thanks for commenting, Shirley. As a parent, I feel that sadness too.

Val, I agree with you!!

Thanks, Jacki. (And thanks for the inset, too!)

ringleader

What Shirley said. Thanks for the inset too. Thanks, Ed.

Shian2

What a beautiful replica, so sad he lost his daughters, Thanks, Ed.

valt46

Wonderful gift for his children thank you Ed☺

bluebird42

:-)

bowlakeboy

It is quite a place. We had a good time with Jim and Suzy.

PLG1958

What a cool museum! Thanks for sharing these!

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