Joyce Pierce, who volunteers at the Gov. Charles Aycock Birthplace in Fremont, brought mid-19th-century children’s toys to the Tobacco Farm Life Museum. Julia Baker, 6, of Micro amused herself playing with a Jacob’s ladder.
Joyce Pierce, who volunteers at the Gov. Charles Aycock Birthplace in Fremont, brought mid-19th-century children’s toys to the Tobacco Farm Life Museum. Julia Baker, 6, of Micro amused herself playing with a Jacob’s ladder. John Hamlin jhamlin@newsobserver.com
Joyce Pierce, who volunteers at the Gov. Charles Aycock Birthplace in Fremont, brought mid-19th-century children’s toys to the Tobacco Farm Life Museum. Julia Baker, 6, of Micro amused herself playing with a Jacob’s ladder. John Hamlin jhamlin@newsobserver.com

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