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Myers House Collectible Cutout

Myers House Collectible Cutout

By Cat's Meow Village

Regular price $27.99 USD
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Show off your love for Americana with this Cat's Meow Village wooden cutout plaque featuring the façade of the Myers House. Each piece proudly displays a brief history of the museum on the back and a playful challenge: can you find Casper, the black cat hidden somewhere in the design?

The back reads: "The stately Myers House and its peerless collection create an exceptionally accurate picture of the late Federal period and the life of this prosperous Jewish family. Moses Myers, an early American entrepreneur, and leading citizen, built the house to accommodate his growing family and social prominence. The home was passed down through several generations of the family and eventually to Norfolk mayor Barton Myers, who carried out early architectural restoration in 1892. The house became a museum with a large percentage of its original furnishings intact in 1931. Today the museum serves as an important resource for exploring the lives of people who were enslaved during the early decades of the home as well as the lives of Norfolk's first permanent Jewish residents."

  • Made in USA
  • Can you find Casper, the black cat?
  • Brief history of the Myers House on the back
  • Chrysler Museum cutout sold separately
  • Product type: Wooden Toy
  • Shipping Dimensions: 3.75 × 5.75 × 0.75 inches  (9.5 × 14.6 × 1.9 cm)
  • Shipping Weight: 0.41 lb (6.5 oz; 184 g)
  • SKU010010271
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Cat's Meow Village

Since 1982, Cat's Meow Village has made custom wooden replicas of historic houses, monuments, and museums in Wooster, Ohio to help you remember the good times. Each piece has the company mascot, Casper the black cat, hidden somewhere in the design.

  • Chrysler Exclusive

  • Made in USA

  • Woman Owned Business

    Woman Owned Business

  • Small Business

    Small Business