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Traditional Swedish Woodworking (1923)

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Traditional Swedish WoodworkingThis black and white footage from 1923 may have no sound, but the kids were still riveted as we watched these fellas use their hand operated tools to make clogs, spoons, and chairs with wood.

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via @dereklasher.

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