NuCraft Toys, of Wakefield MA, was founded in 1926 by Paul K. Guillow, a US Navy Aviator in World War I. The company produced and marketed wooden model WWI planes, and a few games.
In 1926 NuCraft Toys was located in the family barn. It later moved to downtown Wakefield in what was a service station. The business later moved to 400 New Salem Street when Guillow died in 1951, and his widow, Gertrude H. Guillow, then incorporated the company and renamed it Paul K. Guillow, Inc.
Paul K. Guillow, Inc is today one of the largest toy airplane manufacturers.