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Old 02-26-2010, 04:03 PM   #1
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Looking for a Hobo!

Looking for an early 1970's Hobo pop-up or travel trl. Mfg. in Edgerton Ohio.
Any info, pictures, literiture would be great.
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I wanted to followup your post by suggesting that you take small trip to Britt, IA and go and visit the Hobo Museum. If nothing else what I learned is that a hobo is not a bum because they are willing to work for a living.

The museum showcases the life and times of the Hobo and features biographies of those elected King! Altogether uniquely Americana and a fiber of what makes the US what it is, a diverse culture of people.

Good luck in finding your pop-up! We started off in a Coleman whose roof weighed a ton and then we moved into a Palomino.
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