2009-10-15 / Local & State

Toy Display At Fulton House


A free exhibit of locally owned toys is on display at the Fulton House for the Fall Folk Festival weekend. McConnellsburg tinsmith Albert Stoner made some of the items in this child’s play set and gave others from his store on Lincoln Way West to Mabel Trout, born 1881, and a playmate to Stoner’s daughter, Myrtle. Other toys in the exhibit were favorites of children through the 1950s. A free exhibit of locally owned toys is on display at the Fulton House for the Fall Folk Festival weekend. McConnellsburg tinsmith Albert Stoner made some of the items in this child’s play set and gave others from his store on Lincoln Way West to Mabel Trout, born 1881, and a playmate to Stoner’s daughter, Myrtle. Other toys in the exhibit were favorites of children through the 1950s.

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