Convertible babies will be on sale in the Hamilton area for the first time since the 1940s.
Hamilton’s oldest baby carriage was built in the 1920s, but the city is hoping it will one day be on display at an exhibit at the Hamilton Historical Society.
Hamilton Historical societies is hosting a baby carriage show on Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and a baby-carriage museum will be open for tours on Saturday from noon to 4 p.g.
The baby carriage is the oldest baby carriage in the world, and has served as a family carousel for more than 40 years.
Its display will also feature a large baby carriage with a wooden frame and a wooden baby carriage seat.
A wooden baby carousel was built as a memorial to the many baby carriage passengers who died in the 1918 influenza pandemic.
The first baby carriage sold in Hamilton in 1908 was a wooden carriage that was later converted to a baby seat.
This carousel is on display in the City of Hamilton’s Public Works building.
The new baby carriage will have a different interior design, but it will be made from a similar material as the old one.
The carriages are made of wood, which is lighter and lighter as they age, said Hamilton Mayor Brian Hopkinson.
The mayor said the city will not be able to sell baby carriage seats at the public auction.
“It is a family, it is a sentimental item.
It is a beautiful piece of art,” Hopkinson said.
Hamilton city council is also hosting a ceremony for the carriages and a special exhibition to celebrate the carriage.
It will include a look back at baby carriage history.
“You’re going to see this carousel in its current form, and it will remind you that we were here, that we had a lot of work to do, and that we didn’t always get our due,” said Mayor Brian Williams.
Hamilton will also hold a parade in support of the baby carriage.