The Wenham Museum, on Route 1A in Wenham, Massachusetts, is dedicated to showing "How we have lived, worked,
dressed and played from the 17th century to today." In addition to the Claflin-Richards House, an attached 17th home, they have
collections of clothing, doll houses, antique dolls and toys, and a terrific collection of modern toy train setups.
If you are in the neighborhood, you should definitely make time to visit.
In 2007, they had a show of 100 years of toys, for which I contributed a corner dedicated to GI Joe. Then, in 2012, they asked me to do a general display of my action figures showing the various types and also the possibilities of customizing the figures.
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|2007 Show - 100 Years of Toys|
|2012 Show - Action Figures: Art and Play|