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Michael C. Cohill

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M.F. Christensen & Son Co.

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akronmarbles.com

Michael Cohill was lucky enough to discover the true story surrounding this company while researching the M.F. Christensen & Son Co.


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Michael Cohill


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However, Akron's last marble company, The Akro Agate Co., closed its doors in 1951.( Michael Cohill & Carol Robinson)


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Michael Cohill and Brian Graham conducted archaeological excavations and found a wide variety of toys (shown above).
In 1989, a group of interested citizens of Akron, Ohio including Michael Cohill, Steven Mills and Elizabeth McGrath recognized that their citys role was significant as the birthplace of the modern American toy industry.


www.lakeerieliving.com

Mary Beth will be sharing her own beach glass adventures from around the globe, and Michael C. Cohill, of the American Toy Marble Museum in Akron, Ohio, will discuss marbles found along the beaches.


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