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This entry is part 6 of 9 in the series Treasures and Curiosities


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  1. Apple

    We were just talking about how legos have changed over the years. I don’t remember my brother having any but my oldest son played with them for hours on end.
    .-= Apple´s last blog ..OBMFM =-.

  2. Theresa Casteel

    I remember my brother having these!
    .-= Theresa Casteel´s last blog ..Treasure Chest Thursday – War Hero Recognized =-.

  3. Granny Pam

    These are actually called “American Bricks”, and were not made by the same company as Legos are. I found an interesting history here. Thanks for reading and commenting, Apple.

  4. TK

    It’s a pity they stopped making these. I’m not a big fan of the color riot that is Lego. I was looking at the gallery at that link, Pam, and the buildings are so attractive with the simple red and white color scheme. Wish I’d had a big bag of these when I was growing up!
    .-= TK´s last blog ..The Anti-Rent War, 1839-1846 =-.

  5. Granny Pam

    They actually look like bricks. If you saw Papa’s comment on FB he said that he can still make a killer building with them, and he can. :>). Our oldest daughter, the civil engineer, wonders if the whole building thing going on when she was a child contributed to her career choice. Who knows?

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