Golden Age Toys & Cedar Falls School - Remember When Toy Museum, Historic Village & School
Golden Age Toys & the Remember When Toy Museum was opened in the 1987 by Robert Wyatt of Canton Missouri.














Robert started Wyatt Industries with his wife, Carol, to produce and sell toys and play sets.
The play sets that he makes are still available for purchase today.





Robert enjoyed collecting Marx Toys and has opened the Museum to showcase the collection along with many other toys you would find from the 1950's to more modern collectibles.



In 1990's Robert

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Article in people magazine.




Old-fangled School
  People. 05/18/98, Vol. 49 Issue 19, p98.

When the Lewis County school board voted last spring to close the elementary school in LaGrange, Mo. (pop. 1,102), most parents figured their kids would soon be riding a yellow bus to the big, modern facility in Ewing, 17 miles away. "It's the trend to run schools like factories," says Bob Wyatt, 50, recently retired after 29 years as a school librarian. "But I guess I'm a traditionalist."

And what could be more traditional than a one-room school-house? Thus inspired, Wyatt—an antiques collector who had already built a small, replica 19th-century village on his property—launched Cedar Falls School, an as-yet-unaccredited private academy that charges $5 a day. Though the teacher provides his 17 grade-school pupils with antique desks and teaches some math lessons with an aged cash register, the school's 10 computers and satellite dish prove he's in touch with the modem world. "I keep my ear to the ground to learn new ways of doing things," he says.

Wyatt conducts two four-hour sessions daily (younger kids in the afternoon, older ones in the morning) and earns high marks from parents for his reading, writing and arithmetic lessons—and for occasionally teaching history in period costumes and encouraging his students to follow suit. "He's made my little girl love learning," says Sherry Strong, who directs career counseling at Canton's Culver-Stockton College. "I couldn't ask for more than that."

Neither could her 9-year-old daughter Colette. Why? "I'm going back in time!" she says. "And it's funner here."







Our Brochure from the 1990's:

















Recent Updates for
2017 include a
Classic Car Collection.



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