Century of Progress 1933 Lullabye Furniture Reproduction Cradle
This cradle, a souvenir of the 1933 Chicago World's Fair Century
of Progress, is a reproduction of an 1842 cradle hand made by
Elias Freer. The original was made from a black walnut tree on
Mr. Freer's land near Joliet, Illinois. The cradle was constructed
with hand wrought nails. The original was displayed by the Lullabye
Furniture Corporation, Stevens Point, Wisconsin in its World's
Fair exhibits. It is 20.5" long, 9" wide and 8.25"
tall. The rockers are 13.5" wide. A label inside explains
the background of this piece. It was given as a gift and is marked
with the name of the recipient and the donors. A colorful Lullabye
Furniture Corp. label is affixed to the back. Excellent condition.
This unique and exceptional souvenir is a must for any Century
of Progress collector. (Stock number 003wf1117A) $225.00
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