Noyes Piano Box Buggy, circa 1910

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Noyes Piano Box Buggy, circa 1910

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Title:  

Noyes Piano Box Buggy, circa 1910
Date:
circa 1910

Collection:

Creator:
Noyes Carriage Company
Publisher/Studio:
From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Ruth Holmes.

Content Description: 

Factory-built buggies made the pleasures of carriage ownership affordable for a new group of people. Whether in town or on the farm, people loved these inexpensive, lightweight vehicles. The piano box buggy -- named for its resemblance to 19th-century square pianos -- was the most popular of all. Buggy owners quickly became accustomed to the freedom and control offered by personal vehicles.

Physical Description: 

Buggy (Carriage)

Location:
20900 Oakwood Blvd.,Michigan,Dearborn,48124
Identifier:
86.68.1

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