Sesame Street Toy Music Box Television, 1975-1980

Summary

This music box plays the song "The People in Your Neighborhood" while the Sesame Street scene moves horizontally across the "television" screen. Sesame Street, introduced in 1969, integrated new research on early childhood learning into its television programs, capturing children's attention and keeping them entertained.

This music box plays the song "The People in Your Neighborhood" while the Sesame Street scene moves horizontally across the "television" screen. Sesame Street, introduced in 1969, integrated new research on early childhood learning into its television programs, capturing children's attention and keeping them entertained.

Artifact

Toy (Recreational artifact)

Date Made

1975-1980

Location

Not on exhibit to the public.

Object ID

99.94.1

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Material

Plastic
Paper (Fiber product)
Metal

Color

Green
Yellow
White (Color)

Dimensions

Height: 8.5 in

Width: 10 in

Length: 3.375 in

Inscriptions

on front of toy: CTW / SESAME STREET / Fisher-Price on left side paper label: THE PEOPLE / IN YOUR / NEIGHBORHOOD / Oh, who are the people / in your neighborhood, / in your neighborhood, / in your neighborhood? / Oh, who are the people / in your neighborhood, / the people that you/meet each day? / MUSICAL MOVEMENT MADE IN JAPAN on right side paper label: THE PEOPLE / IN YOUR / NEIGHBORHOOD / CTW / SESAME STREET / Sesame Street and the Sesame Street sign are / trademarks and service marks of C.T.W. Made in U.S.A. / "People In Your Neighborhood" (copyright symbol) Festival Attractions. / Muppet Characters (copyright symbol) Muppets, Inc. All rights reserved. / Fisher Price Division of the Quacker Oats Co. 114N

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