A set of three vintage 1950's dinette chairs featuring black and white vinyl seats with painted yellow metal and chrome detailing. A highly collectible set in mid century modern style, these chairs consist of white vinyl seats with gold flecks and jet black back rests. The legs and frame of the chairs are crafted from heavy gauge tubular steel in a shiny silver chrome finish.
Orphan Children Bound for Canada In one of the most Draconian movements in the history of emigration, Britain's "surplus children," including orphans were sent to Canada as farm labour. (courtesy Library and Archives Canada/PA-41785).
The Eden Woolley House in Ocean Township, New Jersey was built in three stages between 1747 and the 1920s. Eden Woolley, one of five men elected to the township’s first governing body in 1849, lived in the house from 1835 – 1892. The home was acquired by the township in 1999. In 2005, the house was moved 1,000 feet east to its present location. It now serves as a museum with changing exhibits on Ocean Twp. area history. Discover more history @