Saturday, November 28, 2015

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Children and their mobile toys.

That first sense of independence I suppose, comes when a child takes that first step.

Close behind that is the first tricycle or scooter or even roller skates.

Here are a few more pictures of children with their new found independence.

Continued from
Back Page - Children and their Mobile Toys - Page One
Back Page - Children and their Mobile Toys - Page Two

Child and mobile toy
Child and wagon

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Playing with the wagon
Three children and a wagon

And a new doll buggy
Two children on the porch
A Dog and his Boy
Dog, boy, tricycle


Three girls on bikes
Two children
Two children on tricycles
Playing in a head dress on a tricycle.

Small Girl and push toy
Baby and push toy
Boy and a wheel barrow

Hobby Horse Rocker
Boy and Wagon
Two boys and a dog
Boy and stripped down wagon

Two children
Two in a wagon
Child and wheelbarrow


Two children,
Playing in the snow
Child and toy
Boy and tricycle

Girl in a wagon
Keith Stratton
Child and mobile toy
Daddy's Little Helper

Three Children and mobile toys
Baby in walker

Ted at Fountain (?)

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2 comments:

  1. There's more variety to this genre than I expected. There might even be more bicycle, tricycle, and wagon models than are in the automotive industry.

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    1. Thanks Mike Brubaker. You might be right! There are far more than I thought too.

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