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The booth is empty— Can I borrow a cell phone?
What does this have to do with J. Peterman? Could be staged. Not convincing.
Not staged, but just a moment captured while watching my son explore. The vintage booth / location could definitely be Peterman. It was an old phone booth on the grounds of the Warther Museum in Dover, Ohio.
Ernest Warther carved wood and ivory into creations that the Smithsonian has called “priceless works of art”. Mooney lived in a time when steam locomotives were king, so many of his carvings are steam locomotives made of walnut wood, ebony, and ivory. He combined history and artistry with motion by making the locomotives run authentically. His perfection and mechanizing of his steam locomotives earned him the title of World’s Master Carver, in the 1920’s. The family business is beautiful hand-crafted cutlery. Check out www.warthers.com
Another piece of americana that would be lost if not for you, 54321. As for your son, 09876, may he always have the heart of an explorer. I'm convinced.
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