One of my favorite items on display at the World of
The image to the left is a 1930s American Flyer kite. Because paper disintegrates over time and kite are rather fragile and prone to end up in trees, this is a pretty rare item. The one on display was acquired by the Archives in the mid 1990s and we had it restored. The most recent price guide list the estimated value of a kite in good condition between $ 250 and $ 350 dollars.
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