MORE SHELTON HISTORY CENTER PHOTOS

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A wooden wagon that was made by a toy company in downtown Shelton is part of a display of locally-made products inside the Shelton History Center barn. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

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This 1914 vacuum cleaner, a house-cleaning contraption that required two people to operate, can be seen in the Brownson House.
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A corn crib, where corn would be dried and stored, at the Shelton History Center.
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A fireplace mantel inside the circa 1820s Brownson House.

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