In 1975, Milton Bradley made a set of two Sesame Street Play-Ins, under the Amsco label. The corrugated board playhouses represent the 123 Sesame Street brownstone, and Hooper's Store. The inside of the playhouses is decorated with black and white interior images, which children can color in with crayons or markers. There are windows cut into the playhouses, for Sesame Street puppet shows.

Sesame playhouses amsco

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