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  • Writer's pictureLawrence Lore

Toys of the 70s

The Fisher Price Farm (1968) the House (1969), and the Garage (1970) were followed by the School (1972). Over the years more "peg" people and playsets were developed and sold. Chances are you, your children, or even your grandchildren have played with these toys. A staple of toy stores throughout the 1970s and 1980s, these playthings became one of the longest running toy lines in American history. We have decided that the 50 +/- year old playsets above deserve a place at the History Center. Unfortunately we are missing a few pieces so if you have any of these sets, or others not shown, or even other iconic toys of the seventies and would like to donate them to our Toys of the Seventies Collection, contact lawrencelore@gmailcom.


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