Manufactured by the Sutherland Paper Company in Kalamazoo, Michigan
This house is 18" high X 23" wide X 12.5" deep and it put together with brass fold-tab brads.
This cardboard house contains 7 rooms with printed floor and the front is removable. The house dates from the early 1930's when it was marketed in catalogs for $1. Here we are 75 years later and I payed significantly more. The house sold for $1.77 in 1934 with 42 pieces of Strombecker furniture ( see ad below). This was the inspiration for me to start collecting the smaller scale painted Strombecker furniture to furnish it.
The front of the house
Front view with the front face removed
The back side with the kitchen door
This view shows the side elevation
This elevation shows the sun room
Here is a scan of the advertisement from the
Montgomery Ward Catalog in the early 1930's
The Sun Porch
The living room
Dining room with Kitchen beyond
The green bedroom with bathroom beyond
The pink bedroom