rare and highly individualistic late 19th-century American folk art small-scale
or miniature city street or trolley car. The hand-crafted trolley was
meticulously assembled in January of 1892 by O.R. Jones of Youngstown, Ohio for
son H.O. Jones and later presented to grandson William S. Jones in 1934. The
delicate but completely intact street car is comprised mainly of wood with tin
roof and heavy gauge metal wire used for supporting the overhangs and handrails.