How did ranchero-style address plaques come to be so popular in postwar America?
It was a common Jr. High shop project in the fifties. Jigsaw 101.
Carpenters used leftover scrap to make these when the house was finished.
The design referenced a time when actual broken pieces of wood were used for signs.
These were available at the local hardware store.
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