BABY GOES SKIING (Mar, 1945)

BABY GOES SKIING when there is snow on the ground if mother has a set of these sleigh-runner attachments for the carriage. The wheels fit into curved casings mounted on the runners, and are clamped by an easy operation. Adjustment means are provided for wheels varying in size, tread, and wheelbase. For rough or uneven ground, there is a separate runner for each individual wheel to obtain greater smoothness of going. When the runners are not required, they may be attached to the underside of the carriage. The invention is by Emanuel R. Morando, New York City.

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