Child Size Blocks Make Bridges (Oct, 1933)

Forget the kids, I want a set of these!

Child Size Blocks Make Bridges

RECENTLY brought on the market by a California woodworking company is a set of child-size building blocks which can be used outdoors to make doll houses, child-size bridges, railways and other childishly imaginative structures. The set consists of blocks about four by six inches which are used in conjunction with flat boards that dovetail in proper relation to each other so that every imaginable kind of furniture and dwelling can be erected. No fastenings other than the lock joints are used. Picture below illustrates what can be done in the way of building bridges.

2 comments
  1. bat says: October 30, 20071:32 pm

    Where do I find these?

  2. Andrew L. Ayers says: June 14, 20107:26 pm

    You find them at your local Home Depot – they’re called “2x4s”, “plywood”, and “concrete blocks”…

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