In the May 2020 issue of Wood News, Bob Rummer discusses how the 1930s were a boom for home crafts and leisure activity, and considers how that might compare to current events.
The coronavirus crisis is changing what we do with our spare time. We can’t all go hiking when we want, and playgrounds, rec centers and libraries are closed around the country. In the 1930s, people were looking for ways to fill their time with meaningful activity and many were looking for ways to find supplemental income.
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