Black and white photograph of dollhouse made for sisters Mildred Coolidge (1905-1994) and Vernice Coolidge (1908-2005) by their grandfather. Dollhouse can now be seen at the Hudson Historical Society Museum. A related document reads "Dollhouse made by Grandpa Miller, a Railroad employee in No. Acton. Had his right hand and part of his forearm crushed in coupling of trains. Made this dollhouse and all farming and railroad crossing tender with the partial arm and hook. Made dollhouse about 1913."