About the Book
During the 1930s, the Menasha Woodenware Company briefly ventured into the dollhouse market as a way to keep its woodworkers employed during the Great Depression. Their "Tyke Toys" furniture is a delight to find and mixes well with the lines made by other companies of the time, such as Schoenhut and Strombecker. It fits perfectly in vintage dollhouses made by Rich Toys and Keystone. This book is a complete guide to the hard-to-find and often misidentified Menasha furniture.