Combination baby carriage and sled consisting of a bassinet body of chocolate brown oilcloth on a black painted metal frame with springs and a turned wood handle behind an adjustable bonnet. The carriage can be converted into a winter sled with two "storm shields" consisting of rectangular plastic faces and two sled runners. Manufactured by the Mahr-Bufton Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The device has a 1932 patent date, but was used by its donor while an infant in 1942.
Featured on the Minnesota Historical Society's Collections Up Close blog on March 28, 2012 (the link will not be viable until that date).