Little boy's printed tan cotton dress, American, 1853-54. Worn by John Bradley Winslow (1851-1920) and made by his mother Emily (Bradley) Winslow (1823-1877) of Nunda, NY. J.B. Winslow received a law degree from UW-Madison in 1875. He served on the Wisconsin Supreme Court starting in 1891, and was Chief Justice from 1907-1920.
To make a DIY outdoor version of Jenga get out some 2x4’s and cut them into approx 10 ½ ” long pieces. Once you have 54 pieces, sand them up a little, stack ‘em, and challenge everyone to a match! Our favorite bar has one of these on the patio -- giant jenga! Super fun!