By Michele Smith
The Times 

Boldman Family Car Returns to Dayton

1934 Chevrolet was sold by Gladys Boldman in 1977 to Longview car collector


Michele Smith

The Boldman family's 1934 is back at rest at its old home in front of the Boldman House Museum.

DAYTON – The Boldman family's 1934 Chevrolet Master Deluxe, a six-cyclinder, four-door sedan, has returned to Dayton, and has been reunited with its original license plates, car inspection report, and registration paperwork. The car and some of its original items were separated when Gladys Boldman sold the car in 1977.

The car was originally purchased on March 28, 1934, by S.A. Boldman, and was driven by him and members of his family, according to Sylvia Beuhler, the Boldman House Museum Director.

When Gladys Boldman stopped driving in her later years, the car sat in the carriage house a...

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