November 11, 1939, Appleton Post-Crescent
By 1935, corrugated cardboard had succeeded over wooden containers, and the Woodenware discontinued its line of barrels. Woodworking plants were converted to the manufacture of toys and juvenile furniture, a product line that would continue only until 1952. But for now, dollhouse furniture was a vital means to survive during the Depression years.
We first encountered the Woodenware's toy line back in 2013: http://menashabook.blogspot.com/2013/06/tyke-toys.html.