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"The show went along beautifully, and finally we got to the last ten minutes and the chair. And, surprisingly, it all went together perfectly. I was standing near the chair, and just as Fran was about to finish in triumph, I saw that the spindles on the left side were beginning to work out of the holes in the seat. I knew that if they once worked loose everything would fall out of place and our demonstration would be a complete bust--so I moved over very casually and leaned on that left arm. I could have giggled for pure joy when I felt the arm slip back into place."

After that, who could deny that Cohasset Colonials is a family business?

This article first appeared in The Saturday Evening Post, September 11, 1954.

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