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Mt Airy, Mayberry Mini Puzzle Nostalgic & Retro Jigsaw Puzzle
  • Mt Airy, Mayberry Mini Puzzle Nostalgic & Retro Jigsaw Puzzle
  • Mt Airy, Mayberry Mini Puzzle Nostalgic & Retro Jigsaw Puzzle

About Dowdle Folk Art Mt Airy, Mayberry Mini Puzzle

In the 1750s, a stagecoach stop was established and named Mount Airy for a nearby estate. Over the years the industries of granite quarrying, tobacco growing, and furniture making ensured growth of the town. In 1926, a young man named Andy Samuel Griffith was born, and he would grow up in the town, be mentored by ministers and teachers there, and then go on to be a performer. In 1960, he helped produce and starred in a television show about his home town, and he named the fictional town Mayberry. The iconic Andy Griffith show went on to become part of Americana. This painting is homage

to Mr. Griffith/Taylor, and a home town we all share that exists only on television. Still, I miss Mayberry.

Mt Airy, Mayberry Mini Puzzle

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Pieces 250
Age 11+
Artist Eric Dowdle
Dimensions 6.75" x 8.5"
Manufacturer Dowdle Folk Art
Theme Folk Art, Nostalgic & Retro
Puzzle Type Jigsaw Puzzle, Miniature Puzzle, Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle
Mfg. Part Number 50519
UPC Number 671095505192
Puzzle Category Americana & Folk Art
Item Number 154487
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About Dowdle Folk Art Mt Airy, Mayberry Mini Puzzle

In the 1750s, a stagecoach stop was established and named Mount Airy for a nearby estate. Over the years the industries of granite quarrying, tobacco growing, and furniture making ensured growth of the town. In 1926, a young man named Andy Samuel Griffith was born, and he would grow up in the town, be mentored by ministers and teachers there, and then go on to be a performer. In 1960, he helped produce and starred in a television show about his home town, and he named the fictional town Mayberry. The iconic Andy Griffith show went on to become part of Americana. This painting is homage

to Mr. Griffith/Taylor, and a home town we all share that exists only on television. Still, I miss Mayberry.

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