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| "Roadside America" The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Sectaclar Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. - Weekdays, Holidays on Sundays All Year. First Original Henry Ford Shop where he built hs first horeless buggy at No. 56 Bagley Ave., Detroit, Michigan. Note: He had to build th door wider to get it out ofthe shop when it was finished. Mr ford is a shining example to all hobbyists, in encouraging them with patience to a successful goal. He was the world's greatest hobbyist, and what it broght to the overage man ovr the world is amazing. Stick to your hobby boys, you may be a second Henry Ford. Who knows! aunt Matilda, the town mid-wife, who was looked up to in the village because there were no doctors. Every town had their Auntie. Tom the Boot and Shoe Maker. Botts in those days were a necessity, shoes a luxury. New Town Hall being built.|