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MRS. MURPHY REMEMBERS THAT IT WAS HER OLD UNCLE THAT
USED TO DRIVE THE SCHOOL BUS THE FOUR MILES TO
SCHOOL AND BACK EVERY DAY. ACTUALLY THE BUS WAS AN OLD
HAY WAGON DRIVEN BY TWO HORSES. IN THE WINTER, HER
UNCLE FITTED IT WITH A COVER THAT MADE IT LOOK
JUST LIKE THE OLD CONESTOGA WAGONS OF FRONTIER DAYS.

Where learned: DETROIT ; MICHIGAN, ASSUMED

Subject headings: CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- School
ART CRAFT ARCHITECTURE -- Means of transportation Sled, cart, wagon propelled by human or beast on land

Date learned: 05-22-1965

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