HISTORIC VALENTOWN MUSEUM / VICTOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY
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"No folks this is not from H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds, this device was sold and marketed as a means to respectably make money from the home. It was hand cranked and a nifty little machine that made something that was an everyday item, almost an essential. Once it was set up it would make this particular item in no time rather than the much longer hand made alternative. Check it out on out on our Face Book site to see it a little better. Also there are people today who look for these machines and restore them in order to make this same item." Levi



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Is everyone ready for a "Sock Hop?" Yes, believe it or not this little baby is a sock machine. Make socks in the privacy of you own home and make money too. What could be more "Historic Made In America"? Historic Valentown actually has two of these. THANK YOU for all the notice. Watch and be amazed!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lc8Do80gRnM


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