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DOLL READER: Collector's Guide To Dolls & Miniatures Bibliography
1991 - 2000

Volume 19, 1991: 9 ISSUES

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Volume 19, Issue #1: Dec/Jan. 1991
Page Count: 336
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Dolls with Molded Brown Hair, Part I
      by Estelle Johnston
    • The Holiday Greetings of Ellen H. Clapsaddle
      by Marjorie A. Ryan
    • Parians, Part II: Glass-eyed Hatted and Male Dolls
      by Ruth Ware Mathis
    • Christmas in New Zealand
      by Denise Jackson & Peggy Armstrong
    • "Little Mamas" at Christmas
      by Jeannie DiMauro
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • Snow Babies and Our Celectration of Christmas
      by Robert R. Brenner
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • You!...Boys and Girls Forever. Takara Company's Lifelike Children
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • What Will Santa Bring?
      by Susan Girardot
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Forty Years of Gotz Dolls
      by Elizabeth Byrd
    • More Decorative Celluloid Dolls' Heads
      by Jack Tempest
    • Merry Christmas - 1930
      by Kerra Davis
    • Made in England by Norah Wellings
      by Jennylou Hamilton Schoelwer
    • Canadian Doll Stamps
      by Jacqueline Wilson
    • Tribute to the Great Madame: Madame Beatrice Alexander
      by John Axe
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • Advertising Dolls
      by Alma Wolfe
    • Doll Christmas Tree of the White House
      by Marian Potter
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Santas by Beth Cameron
      by Ann Bahar
    • The Linden Folk - You Can Almost Touch the Magic
      by Susan Uva
    • Tom Tierney, Creator of Celebrity Paper Dolls
      by Betty Freudenheim
    • The Extraordinary Talent of Salzburg's Etty Doringer
      by Martha Martin
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • A Christmas Carousel
      by Beverly Bihn
    • Dressing a Ballerina Doll
      by Donna Miska
    • Lisette: Doll Clothes in 1928
      by Claude Laurens
    • Ruth Gibbs
      by Katherine Kuckens
    • Dolly's Dressmaker
      by Blair & Margaret Whitton
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Index

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Volume 19, Issue #2: Feb/Mar. 1991
Page Count: 304
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Dolls with Molded Brown Hair, Part II
      by Estelle Johnston
    • Parians, Part III: Decorated Bisque and Fancies
      by Ruth Ware Mathis
    • Shopping in Paris For a Bebe Jumeau in 1887 to 1888
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • A New England Style Doll Auction
      by Mary Schweitzer Lalli
    • Yankee Doodle Drummer Doll Show in Dedham
      by Barbara J. Rand
    • Irene Turns Her Collection Into a Museum
      by Jack Tempest
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • Little Mamas Happy School Days: 1890 to 1931
      by Jeannie DiMauro
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Sonja Hartmann
      by Maggie Hannah
    • Dollars and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • John Axe: An Example in Excellence
    • Enticement With a Doll Twist
      by Kerra Davis
    • From Dolls' Clothes to Dolls: The Amanda Jane Doll Story
      by Barbara Pickering
    • Ginny's Birth
      by Sue Nettingham Roberts & Dorothy Bunker
    • Daisy Mae
      by Susan Girardot
    • Debutantes
    • Barbie, Deep in the Heart of Texas: A Convention Report
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Cigar Box Collecting: Why Not Knotters
      by Patricia Hiatt Bayles
    • Coco...Madame Alexander's One Year of Magic
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • 1990 Dolls Of The Year Awards
    • Dolls Old and New
      by Bedford Jones
    • Advertising Dolls
      by Alma Wolfe
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Rotraut Schrott
      by Ursula Driskell
    • Artist Dolls by Elizabeth Ozdemir
      by Ann Bahar
    • Toy Fair 1991
    • Creating a Centennial Tribute
      by Jane R. Neale
    • Introducing Janis Harris: New Zealand's Premier Maori Doll Artist
      by Martha Martin
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Princess Diana's Red Silk Ball Gown
      by Judy Arrington
    • Underwear Patterns for 10 1/2" Bisque-headed Dolls
      by Dorothy S. and Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • From Ragamuffin to Shining Star Again
      by Susan Girardot
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Doll Reader Marketplace

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Volume 19, Issue #3: April 1991
Page Count: 248
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Multiple Use of Molds, Part I
      by Estelle D.R.L. Johnston
    • Ernst Auction
      by Ursula D. Driskell
    • The Winthrop and Bodmer Auctions: Prices of Antique Dolls in 1979 and 1989, Part I
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • China Dolls: The Beginning
      by Ruth Ware Mathis
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Ginny's Formative Years
      by Sue Nettingham Roberts & Dorothy Bunker
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Madame Hendren Lenci Look-alike Doll: Follow-up Report
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Dolls and Puppets by Else Hecht
      by Diane M. Goff
    • Rare and unusual Collectible Dolls
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Dollars and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Walt Disney World's 2nd Annual Showcase of Dolls
    • Ideal Dolls: The Founding Era, 1907 to 1927, Part I
      by Judith Izen
    • Toy Fair 1991
    • Advertising Dolls
      by Alma Wolfe
    • Debutantes
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Maree Massey: Original Australian Doll Artist
      by Lesley Hurford
    • Jude Crossland: Canadian Doll Artist
      by Loraine Wellman
    • Hirano Masamichi, Doll Maker
      by Jacqueline Ruyak
    • "The Premier Evening With Phyllis" Hospitality in the Ozarks
      by Betty Hodges
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Vive La France! Vive La Mode of 1946 Immortalized in Miniature, Part I
      by Gail Enid Zimmer
    • The "Dolls" of Maryhill
      by Opal Duthie
    • Fabulous "Furs"!
      by Barbara Guyette
    • Scottish Costume for an 11 1/2in Fashion Doll
      by Loraine Wellman
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Doll Reader Marketplace

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Volume 19, Issue #4: May 1991
Page Count: 280
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Multiple Use of Molds, Part II
      by Estelle D.R.L. Johnston
    • Rare Schoenhut Dolls and toys
      by Betty O'Sullivan
    • Antique Spotlight: German Dolls of Papier-Mache
      by Diane Goff
    • The Winthrop and Bodmer Auctions: Prices of Antique Dolls in 1979 and 1989, Part II
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • The National Antique Doll Dealers' Association Doll Show
      by Mary Schweitzer Lalli
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • DOTY Winneres Honored at Sixth Annual Awards Breakfast
    • The 12th Annual Modern Doll Convention
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Sweet April
      by Cindy Sabulis
    • Black Fashion Dolls of the 1970s and 1980s
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • New Dolls at Toy Fair 1991 Extravaganza
    • Debutantes
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Dollars and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Ideal Dolls: the Founding Era, 1907 to 1927, Part II
      by Judith Izen
    • "Carousel of Dolls"
      by Pidd Miller
    • Crissy: A Quick Identification
      by Rebecca Taylor
    • At the London Doll Fair
      by Jack Tempest
    • The First Shirley Temple Collector's Convention
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • People
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Nancy Bruns: She's On Her Way
      by Jacqueline Barry
    • Michele Prasil: A French Doll Artist
      by Serge Deville
    • Doll Artists' Dolls at Toy Fair 1991
    • A Whopper of a Week in Washington: A Review of the 1990 NIADA Conference
      by Susanna Oroyan
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Dressing Antique Dolls in Old Fabrics
      by Marjorie A. Ryan
    • Vive La France! Vive La Mode of 1946 Immortalized in Miniature, Part II
      by Gail Enid Zimmer
    • Elegant Throw Pillows for 18in Fashion Dolls
      by LaVada Spicer
    • Glamourous Suit for an 18in Doll
      by Bettye D. Wilson
    • How To Get Fancy With Lace
      by Artie Seeley
    • Swedish Traditional Costume for an 11 1/2in Fashion Doll
      by Loraine Wellman
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Doll Reader Marketplace

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Volume 19, Issue #5: Jun/July 1991
Page Count: 264
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Fanny Gray, a VIP Paper doll of 1854
      by Barbara Combatalade
    • Parian Gallery
      by Ruth Ware Mathis
    • Antique Spotlight: Winkers, Rare and Whimsical
      by Diane Goff
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • Little Mamas: Playing Dolls on the Front Porch
      by Jeannie DiMauro
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • The Reluctant Doll Dealer
      by Jack Tempest
    • A Rare Find
      by Christine Jeffery
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Daisy, the World's Best Dressed Doll
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • French Celluloid Dolls, Part I: Anel
      by Dominique Pennegues
    • June Allyson MGM Star, Celebrity Paper Doll
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Toy Fair 1991
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Darling Daisy
      by Anneke Husecken
    • Nurnberg Toy Fair 1991
      by Ursula Driskell
    • Dollars and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Advertising Dolls
      by Alma Wolfe
    • Midge: A Friend Tried and True
      by Kitturah Westenhouser
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Reawakening the Past: Portrait Dolls by Ann Parker
      by Ann Bahar
    • Toy Fair Artists
    • A Doll's Birth and How I Helped
      by Diane Wenzel
    • People
    • Astry Campbell: Designer, Artist, Teacher Extraordinary
      by Yolanda M. Simonelli
    • Forbes Hurry: A Maker of "Dollys Beautiful" and "Dollys Unusual"
      by Myra Yellin Goldfarb
    • Lilibet Paper Doll
      by Johanna-Shriver-Simpson
    • Silver Dollar City's 1990 Dollmaker's Challenge
      by Bettyanne Twigg
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Red Crushed Velvet Gown for Peggy Nisbet's 16in Princess Dian Doll
      by Judy Arrington
    • Tailored Jacket for 10 1/2in Bluette
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • Tengu Ningyo
      by Loraine Wellman
    • How To Have Fun With China Heads
      by Artie Seeley
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Index

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Volume 19, Issue #6: August 1991
Page Count: 272
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Collecting French Fashion Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • The Brides of Summer
      by Estelle Johnston
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • Foxy Grandpa
      by Kerra Davis
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • The Antoinette Perry Doll Collection
      by Carolyn Mingus
    • Another Rare Find
      by Christine Jeffery
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Debutantes
    • Advertising Dolls
      by Alma Wolfe
    • Marie Osmond: From "Paper Roses" to Porcelain Dolls
      by Mark A. Slider
    • The Harrogate Dolls' House and Miniatures Fair
      by Bedford Jones
    • Emma C. Clear, Doll Maker, Part I
      by Mary Lou Ratcliff
    • A Collector's Guide to Toy Fair 1991
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Modern Matreshkas
      by Loraine Wellman
    • A Tour of the Kathe Kruse Factory
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • One of Georgia's Best Kept Secrets
      by Virginia Davis
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Collector's Weekend on the English Riviera
      by Jack Tempest
    • Coil Spring-jointed Dolls' X-rays
      by Pidd Miller
    • Dollars and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Robin
      by Judith Yates
    • Artist Doll Fairs in Germany in 1990
      by Ursula Driskell
    • Your Chance to Vote! 1991 Dolls of The Year Artist Nominees
    • Aida Eiji, Master Koheski Maker
      by Jacqueline Ruyak
    • Barbara Lady: In Love With Doll Making
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • We Dolled Up Down Under, Part I
      by Martha Martin
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Scarlett'e Fantasy Dress
      by Barbara Guyette
    • Ballet Gown for 11 1/2in Fashion Doll
      by Amy Albert Bloom
    • Clothes to Fit the Littlechap Family
      by Judy Arrington
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Index

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Volume 19, Issue #7: September 1991
Page Count: 272
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • The Brides of Summer, Part II
      by Estelle Johnston
    • Antique Spotlight "Almost" All-Bisque
      by Diane M. Goff
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • Vienna's Elegant Doll and Toy Museum
      by Martha Martin
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • "This Old Thing," A Superior Tale
      by Barbara R. Manhart
    • Dolls- From the Fields and Farms of America and other places
      by Kay Cloud
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Emma C. Clear, Doll Maker, Part II
      by Mary Lou Ratcliffe
    • French Celluloid Dolls, Part II: Convert
      by Dominique Pennegues
    • Celebrity dolls of the 1950s
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • The Choice is Yours: Decide 1991's DOTY Manufacturer's Public Choice Dolls
    • A Tour of the Robin Woods Factory
      by Barbara Comienski
    • Showcase: French Santon Doll
      by Sherry Morgan
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • British Public Relations Dolls
      by Barbara Pickering
    • Dollars and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Innovative Doll Design Concepts
    • Australian Doll Show Report
      by Lesley Hurford
    • Debutantes
    • Showcase: An Australian Doll
      by Sherry Morgan
    • First Doll
      by Lois Greene Stone
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • People
    • Portrait Perfect: Charlotte Zeepvat's Portrait Dolls
      by Lauran Stevens
    • An Interview: Phyllis Parkins
      by Virginia Davis
    • Shows: For Collectors... For Doll makers...
    • Robert Keene McKinley: The Quintessential Artist
    • Franklin China Head Boy Paper Doll
      by Patricia Wilks
    • We Dolled Up, Down Under, Part II
      by Martha Martin
    • The Dolls of Madame Bujalic
      by Barbara Pickering
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Cradle Craft
      by Barbara Guyette
    • Business Suit for an 18in Fashion Doll
      by Judy Arrington
    • "Lucinda" Dress Pattern
      by Barbara R. Manhart
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Doll Reader Marketplace

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Volume 19, Issue #8: October 1991
Page Count: 288
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Early Dolls of Bru Jne. & Cie
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • Antie Clare's Doll Museum
      by Lisa Clearlite
    • Dolls During World War I
      by Dorothy & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • The Secret of Montpelier
      by Mary Schweitzer Lalli
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • Bru Jne R. Dolls: Who Made Them?
      by Dorothy & Evelyn Jane Coleman
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • French Celluloid Dolls
      by Dominique Pennegues
    • Richwood Toy Company
      by Marion Schmuhl
    • Innovative Doll Design Concepts
    • People
    • Paper Dolls as Fund-raisers
      by Robert L. Hammon
    • Dollars and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Bonniebrook Benefit
      by Jean Cantwell
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Barbie Exhibit
      by Kitturah Westenhouser
    • Paper Doll: Lillie
      by Riki Klopper
    • A Mini Museum in the Yorkshire Hills
      by Jack Tempest
    • Paper Dolls: Seldom Seen
      by Kerra Davis
    • Debutantes
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Margit Nilsen and Her Amazing Minikins
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • A Carousel of Characters: Jill Bennett's Delightful Dolls
      by Lauran Stevens
    • History in a Nutshell: With British Doll Artists
      by Ann Parker
    • Bonnie Schwab
    • Donna Culbertson
    • Tanya and Noel Williams: Bring Back Old Habits for Collectors
      by Eileen Weller
    • Clo-Ella Steele
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Ball Gown for an 18in French Fashion Doll
      by Barbara Guyette
    • Cloth Clothes for Paper Dolls
      by Loraine Burdick
    • Ball Gown from the 1860's for an 11 1/2in Fashion Doll
      by Loraine Wellman
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Doll Reader Marketplace

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Volume 19, Issue #9: November 1991
Page Count: 256
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Antique Spotlight: Hug-Me Kiddies
      by Diane M. Goff
    • Olde Deerfield Dolls
      by Kerra Davis
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • Playing With Paper Dolls
      by Margaret & Blair Whitton
    • Oscar Pletsch and his Drawings of Dolls in the 1860s
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • The Strong Museum Collection of Cloth Dolls
      by Myra Yellin Goldfarb
    • French Celluloid Dolls, Societe Nobel Francaise
      by Dominique Pennegues
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Dollars and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Something Old, Something New: Wedding Cake Dolls
      by Marjorie Roller
    • The Many Friends of Barbie, Part I
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • The Play Dolls of 1991
      by Mary Beth Ruddell
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • The Beautiful Bru Paper Doll
      by Donna Miska
    • German Doll Artist Wiltrud Stein
      by Sherry Foggan
    • Innovative Doll Concepts
    • The Art of Mataro - Japanese Doll Making
      by Luis Acevedo
    • Patricia Ryan Brooks: New Doll Image
      by Carol-Lynn Rossel Waugh
    • People
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Lingerie from 1900 to 1907 for a 22 1/2in Doll
      by Lyn Alexander
    • Raggedy Anne and Andy
      by Beverly Stoehr
    • Wee Little Layette for a 2in Baby Doll
      by Barbara Guyette
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Doll Reader Marketplace

Volume 20, 1992: 9 ISSUES

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Volume 20, Issue #1: Dec/Jan. 1992
Page Count: 256
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Santa and His Gifts
      by Suan Girardot
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • A Study of Kathe Kruse's Doll I
      by Jan Foulke
    • The Toys of Christmas Past
      by Marjorie Ryan
    • Dolls Resembling the Oscar Pletsch Drawings
      by Dorothy & Jane Coleman
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • French Celluloid Dolls Societe Industrielle de Celluloid
      by Dominique Pennegues
    • The Many International Friends of Barbie
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Merry Christmas 1949: A Changing Doll World
      by Kerra Davis
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • The Christmas Doll
      by Heather Browning Maciak
    • Christmas Dolls for 1914
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Accolades for Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Dolls and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • A French Reflection: The 1991 United Federation of Doll Clubs Convention
    • The Dollfather
      by Lewis Goldstein
    • People
    • Advertising Dolls
      by Alma Wolfe
    • Debutantes
    • First Doll
      by Lois Greene Stone
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • DOTY Design Concept Nominees Tell How They Dared to be Different
    • Connecting with the Past: Santa Dolls by Lois Clarkson
      by Ann Bahar
    • Doll Artist Profile: Susan Mickey
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • The Characters of Joseph and Sheryl Hoffman
      by Lewis Goldstein
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Sleigh Tyme Fantasies
      by Beverly Bihn
    • A Christmas Angel Costume
      by Mary Hoyer
    • Carnival Time for Barbie and Ken
      by Barbara Pickering
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Doll Reader Marketplace

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Volume 20, Issue #2: Feb/Mar. 1992
Page Count: 256
Cumberland Publishing, Inc. takes over publication
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • From English Theatrical Sheets to Tinseled Portrait
      by Margaret & Blair Whitton
    • Blotched Bisques and Waffled Waxes, Part I
      by Estelle Johnston
    • Ives, Blakeslee & Co. Walking Figures Patented by Arthur Hotchkiss
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • "Black Dolls: 1840-1990"- Sojourns at the Wenham Museum, Part I
      by Gail Enid Zimmer
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Dolls of the Mardi Gras
      by Barbara Lutz Comienski
    • Dollars and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Barbie Loves a Fairy Tale
      by A Glenn Mandeville
    • You Decided 1991's DOTY Public's Choices
    • New Doll Greeting Cards: Affordable and Highly Collectible
      by Betty Hodges
    • The Donnie and Marie Osmond Story
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • The Puppets of the W.P.A.
      by Susan Girardot
    • The Brilliant Carnival Dolls
      by Polly and Pam Judd
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Advertising Dolls
      by Alma Wolfe
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • People
    • The Dollfather
      by Lewis Goldstein
    • Interview with Maria Ahren
      by Lewis Goldstein
    • The Doll Maker's Challenge 1991
      by Bettyanne Twigg
    • Annette Himstedt's Porcelain Children
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Reproducing the Kestner 241
      by Joanne Jenkins
    • Preview of Toy Fair
    • A Velvet Casaque of 1864 for a 17in to 18in Doll
      by Sylvia MacNeil
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Doll Reader Marketplace

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Volume 20, Issue #3: April 1992
Page Count: 208
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • "Black Dolls: 1840-1990"- Sojourns at the Wenham Museum, Part II
      by Gail Enid Zimmer
    • The Paris Collection: Fashion dolls...Their Clothing and Their Accessories
      by Sylvia Mac Neil
    • English Juvenile Drama, "Penny Plain, Two Pence Colored"
      by Blair & Margaret Whitton
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Eskimo Dolls Made in Alaska Before 1950
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • The Bionic Woman and the Six Million Dollar Man
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • The Year's Most Plush Event: Walt Disney World Sponsors Its Third Annual Showcase of Dolls
      by Rene Trezise
    • Advertising Dolls
      by Alma Wolfe
    • Dollars and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • One-of-a-Kinds for Every Taste and Preference
    • Meet Uneeda's Bob: Suzette's Boyfriend
      by Pam & Polly Judd
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Effanbee Doll Catalog From 1950
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Dollmaker's Challenge Contest Winners 1991
    • People
    • The 1991 Paper Doll Convention in LA
      by Peggy Jo Rosamond
    • Artist to Artist: An Interview with Philip Heath
      by Lewis Goldstein
    • Collector's Guide: Doll at Toy Fair 1992
    • The Dollfather
      by Lewis Goldstein
    • Artist Profile: Nancy Walters
      by Susanna Oroyan
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Authentically Reproducing the Black Version of Santa
      by Joanne Jenkins
    • Crocheted Wool Sacque for a 19in Baby Doll
      by JoAnn Johnson
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Doll Reader Marketplace

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Volume 20, Issue #4: May 1992
Page Count: 224
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • A Gentle Breeze of Spring
      by Ho Phi Le
    • Portraits From the Playroom Past
      by Mary Schweitzer Lalli
    • Emma Clear Discusses Antique Dolls in the 1940s
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • 1992 Toy Fair: New Faces, New Creations
    • Play Dolls of Japan
      by Nancy Charlton
    • Finding Million Dollar Babies in the Five-and-ten-cent Store
      by Mary Rickert Stuecher
    • A Collection of Golden Treasures, Part I
      by Loraine Burdick
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Dollars and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Our New Baby Wins Doll Design Concept of the Year
    • Ingeborg Tinius, Artist in Wood
      by Ruth Dougherty
    • A Blue Ribbon Event 1991 DOTY Public's Choices
      by Rene Trezise
    • Debutantes
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Artist to Artist: Robert Tonner Interview
      by Lewis Goldstein
    • Melissa Wyatt's Little People
      by Ann Bahar
    • Ode to Joyce and Jane
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • The Dollfather
      by Lewis Goldstein
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Christening Outfit for a 19in Baby Doll
      by Jo Ann Johnson
    • Amanda
      by Legacy Dolls
    • The Art of Fine Hand Sewing
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • People
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • Advice to Doll Collectors
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Doll Reader Marketplace

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Volume 20, Issue #5: Jun/July 1992
Page Count: 256
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Blotched Bisques and Waffled Waxes, Part II
      by Estelle Johnston
    • Munich Doll Exhibitioin: "Dreamland of Dolls"
      by Evelyn Radler
    • Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • Red Riding Hood: Her Place in the History of Dolls, Part I
      by Betty Grube
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • The Petite Girls, Part I
      by Nancy Carlson
    • Saralee: The First Anthropologically True Mass-produced Negro Doll
      by Judith Izen
    • McKim Studios and Kimport in the 1930s
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • Dollars and Doll Sense
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Debutantes
    • Baby Sandy Dolls
      by Edward Pardella
    • The Bets Are In!
      by Brian Doherty
    • UNICEF's Paper Children
      by Barbara Combatalade
    • A Collection of Golden Treasures, Part II
      by Loraine Burdick
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • The 43rd International Nuremburg Toy Fair
      by Lisa Fitzpatrick
    • Artist to Artist: Interview with Heidi Rupda Leserer
      by Lewis Goldstein
    • Lorna Miller's Black Dolls Capture the Soul
      by Tom Dorsch
    • Paper Doll Mindy
      by Judy Ann Yates
    • Rhonda Barbour, From Sculptor to Doll Artist
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Artist Profile: Marla Florio
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • In the Hands of a Child: The Creations of Heidi Ott
      by Mark Slider
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Formal Gown for a 10 1/2" Fashion Doll
      by Judy Arrington
    • Creating Emily
      by Cynthia James
    • "Playtime with Emily"
      by Cynthia James
    • A Dress Called "Golden Mystique" for Barbie
      by Kitturah Westenhouser
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Coming Attractions
    • People
    • Sources
    • Calendar
    • Classified
    • Doll Reader Marketplace

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Volume 20, Issue #6: August 1992
Page Count: 280
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • A Wax Doll: Wayward And Winsome
      by Estelle D. Johnston
    • Dolls With a Difference: York Museum of Automata
      by Jack Tempest
    • Antique Spotlight: French and French Type All-bisques
      by Diane Goff
    • Bahr & Proschild Porcelain Factory
      by Jan Foulke
    • The New York Doll Hospital
      by Joseph A. DeGennaro
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • The Story of Nelke Dolls
      by Margaret Whitton
    • Celluloid's Short-lived Replacement
      by Dominique Pennegues
    • American Indian Dolls Made by the Indians Themselves
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • Sally, the Petite Girls, Part I
      by Nancy Carlson
    • Red Riding Hood: Her Place in the History of Dolls, Part II
      by Betty Grube
    • Discover Shankar's International Doll Museum
      by Barbara Pickering
    • Pitcairn Island Primitives
      by June Beckett
    • Forbes Hurry, a Humble Man but a Doll Maker Extraordinaire
      by Myra Yellin Goldfarb
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Victorian Paper doll
      by Charles Ventura
    • Brown Paper Bags and Ballerinas: The Susan Wakeen Doll Company
      by Mark Slider
    • Capturing a Moment: The Art of Bill Nelson
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • George Stuart's Historical Figures
      by Ann Bahar
    • Dolls to Ponder: The Work of Barbara Buysse
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Ute Kase-Lepp: German Doll Artist
      by Peter Kalinke
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Vera Scholz: Doll Artist Tips
    • Markie
      by Jamie Englert
    • Outfit for a 36in Patty Playpal
      by Judy Arrington
    • Shell Dolls
      by Doris Rockwell Gottily
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Note From the Publisher-
      Gary R. Ruddell
    • Letters to the Editor
    • Out & About
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker

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Volume 20, Issue #7: September 1992
Page Count: 272
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • SPECIAL FEATURES
    • DOTY & Disney: An Exciting Duo
      by Jeffrey Wiegand
  • ANTIQUE
    • Dolls in Shoe Houses: Perennial Favorites
      by Ann Bahar
    • The Wonderful Woodens of Springfield
      by Dorothy Hill
    • "Minerva" Celluloid Dolls by Buschow & Beck
      by Angelika Lipinski
    • The Anatomy of A Marotte
      by Barbara Combatalade
    • Lidia's Doll: The Doll From the Tombstone
      by Delores Frost Searcy
    • Postcard Clues
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Everybody Loves a Rag Doll
      by Kerra Davis
    • Half-Doll Ribbon Winners
      by Susan Endo
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Raggedy Ann: Sweet All the Way Through
      by Jan Foulke
    • Beloved Belindy
      by Candy Brainard
    • In the Image of Carol Ann Beery
      by Nancy Carlson
    • Jackie Coogan and Baby Peggy
      by Edward R. Pardella
    • The Ethnic Connection: Goodwill Embassadors
      by Ann G. Hays
    • Looking at the Early Nancy Ann Storybook Dolls
      by Nancy W. Roeder
    • Magic Skin Baby
      by Don Jensen
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Floyd Bell's Wooden Dolls
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Millie Paper Doll
      by Riki Klopper
    • It Began as a Dream: Good-Kruger Dolls
      by Mark Slider
    • Artist to Artist: A Child's Feelings Interview with Carol Trobe
      by Lewis Goldstein
    • A Look At...Brenda Burke
      by Dick Gabbe
    • Canadian Doll Artist Heather Maciak
      by Susanna Oroyan
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Lace Sheath for an 11 1/2in Fashion Doll
      by Judy Arrington
    • The Beautiful A.T. Kestner
      by Karen Zeitzmann
    • When You Have Only the Head: An Easy-to-Make Small Doll
      by Jeannie Sieg
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques: "Jutta"
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Dolls of Destiny
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Boy Whistler
      by Ursula Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 20, Issue #8: October 1992
Page Count: 272
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES/ANTIQUE
    • Oscar Hitt Googlies
      by Diane M. Goff
    • Simply Beautiful
      by Ho Phi Le
    • Dolls at Denmark's LEGOLAND
      by Ann Bahar
    • Wooden Doll Soldiers
      by Barbara Pickering
    • Analysis of a Fischer, Naumann doll
      by Dorothy s. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • A Tour of the Lyman Allyn Museum
      by Vyrlin Bruce
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • The Ethnic Connection, II: Dolls From Europe & the Orient
      by Ann G. Hays
    • The Million Dollar Baby
      by Jan Foulke
    • The Dolls of Thailand, Part I
      by Loraine Wellman
    • Chubby Kids With Roguish Eyes
      by Yolanda Simonelli
    • Lawrence Welk's Champagne Lady
      by Don Jensen
    • Wendy Lawton's Wonder-filled World of Dolls
      by Carolyn Cook
    • Ginny's Successful Struggle
      by Sue Nettingham Roberts & Dorothy Bunker
    • Ginny Paper Doll Ginny
      by Patti Chibeck Meuler
    • Japan A Country of Dolls
      by Myra Yellin Goldfarb
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Kristena West Creates Mythmaker
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Artist to Artist: An Interview with Gisela Sorensen
      by Lewis Goldstein
    • Dolls for the 21st Century
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Going Dutch
      by Ursula Driskell
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Creating Sharie
      by Dorothy Greer McBee
    • Vintage Fashions in Miniature
      by Paula J. Sanders
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls:
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase:
      by Ursula Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 20, Issue #9: November 1992
Page Count: 280
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • German All-bisque Dolls
      by Diane M. Goff
    • The Rochard Doll of the National Museum of Monaco
      by Elizabeth Chauveau
    • "Mary" A Portrait from the Past
      by Jacqueline Wilson
    • Punch-and-Judy: Both Sides of the Curtain
      by Ann Bahar
    • Little Mamas Send Christmas Love
      by Jeannie DiMauro
    • Jumeau Chemises for "Poupees"
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Smiles That Steal Your Heart
      by Judith Spaulding
    • Sounds Like a Collector's Dream
      by Barbara Guyette
    • Wendy, 40 Fabulous Years
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Barbara Ann Scott: Canada's Skating Sweetheart
      by Deborah Cavel Greant
    • Dolls of the Nations, Part I: Dolls of Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina and Chile
      by Helen D. Holmes
    • The Dolls of Thailand, Part II
      by Loraine Wellman
    • The Ethnic Connection, Part II
      by Ann G. Hayes
    • Bonnie Braids, Dick Tracy's Darling
      by Jacqueline Wilson
    • Bonnie Braids
      by Virginia Davis
    • Little Wingy
      by Susan Girardot
    • A Talk With the Artists
      by Harold Taylor
    • The Art of the Composition Doll
      by Barbara Guyette
    • Dolls of the New York World's Fair
      by Don Jensen
    • Beware! "Teenies" May Be Habit Forming
      by Patricia Hiatt Bayles
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Susan Krey: In the Heart of a Dreamer
      by Ho Phi Le
    • Artist to Artist: An Interview with Susan Krey
      by Lewis Goldstein
    • Jack-of-all-Trades, Master of One: Elke's Originals
      by Mark Slider
    • The Dolls of Annie Wahl
    • Jeanine Clayton and her Exquisite Clothespin Dolls
      by Annette P. Bowen
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Georgina in Wax
      by Glenda Dees
    • Estelle: An Art Nouveau Bed Doll
      by Loraine Wellman
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls:
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Seldom Seen Grace Drayton Characters
      by Ursula Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

Volume 21, 1993: 9 ISSUES

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Volume 21, Issue #1: Dec/Jan. 1993
Page Count: 272
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES/ANTIQUE
    • Pressed Cotton Dolls and Figures at Christmas
      by Robert Brenner
    • Santa and Children
      by Susan Girardot
    • Sharing Dolls (UFDC)
    • French Fanfare
    • Antique Chistmas Dolls
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • Little Mamas on Christmas Day
      by Jeannie DiMauro
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Please Hold Still, Mrs. Chase
      by Judith Spaulding
    • Alice in Wonderland Dolls
      by Ann Bahar
    • Alice Paper Doll
      by Sue Shannahan
    • Ginny's Triumphant Years
      by Sue Nettingham Roberts & Dorothy Bunker
    • Suite on Dolls
      by Shirlee Funk
    • Dolls from "The Nutcracker Suite"
      by Barbara Comienski
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • The many Faces of Santa
    • Art From the Heart! Rosemary Volpi's Extraordinary Santas
      by Ann Bahar
    • Lewis Sorensen's Christmas Dolls
      by Shirley Paxman
    • The Talents of Connie Walser Derek: From Flea Market Rag Dolls to Innocent Cherubs
      by Brenda Ruggiero
    • NIADA 1992
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Angelic Paper Doll
      by Judith Ann Yates
    • The "Inside Out" Dolls of Pat Kolesar
      by Carolyn Cook
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Toyland Treasures
      by Beverly Bihn
    • Painting Posey
      by Cynthia James
    • A Christmas Posey
      by Cynthia James
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Coca Cola and Santa Claus Dolls: A Long Tradition
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Early Composition Character Dolls
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 21, Issue #2: February 1993
Page Count: 248
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Schoenhut's "Transition child Dolls" The Carved Hair Children
      (Evolution in Styles of Early Schoenhut)
      by Carol Corson
    • Perfect Little Ladies: Fashion Dolls & the Role of Women
      (Wardrobes of the French Fashion Parisiennes)
      by Ann Bahar
    • The Fabulous Paper Toys of Pellerin & Cie, Epinal, France
      (Exciting Jointed Paper Dolls)
      by Blair Whitton
    • The Princess Dolls: German Wax Ladies of 1868-1878
      by Estelle Johnston
    • Fuller's The History of Little Fanny: An 1810 paper doll
      by Christine Jeffery
    • The History of Little Fanny: Seven dolls intended as both entertainment and a moral lesson
      by Diane Goff
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • New Trends in Russian Nested Dolls: Russian nested dolls find an exciting new look
      by Linda Holderbaum
    • The Russian Doll: A love token for a couple separated by thousands of miles
      by Sandra F. Waugaman
    • Let's Play Barbie with Carol Spencer: the woman responsible for Barbie's fashions
      by Andrea Collier
    • Artamo Walking Dolls: a paper doll in fabric clothes
      by Marge Meisinger
    • Amercian Character's Beautiful Betsy McCall: A 1950's doll with a dream wardrobe
      by Naomi Hencey
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Wood Works: The Doll Sculpture of Kenneth Von Essen
      by Susie Oroyan
    • The Works of German Artist Rolanda Heimer: An artist finds peace in sculpting realistic dolls
      by Debra Adam Thompson
    • The Dolls of Marilyn Bolden: Discover the challenges of a new business
      by Mark Slider
    • Sasha Morgenthaler: Pioneer Doll Artist, 1893 to 1975: How to identify the various types of Sashas
      by Laura Knasli
    • Dolls by Connie Lynch: This artist inherited the interestes and talents of her grandmother
      by Brenda Ruggiero
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Two Kestners for the French Market: Reproductions generate questions about antique doll origins
      by Joanne Jenkins
    • Lucinda: Do you want to make a doll with "Character"?
      by Mary Von Osdell
    • Poppy - a Needlepoint Doll Tapestry: An artist doll is transformed into a fine tapestry
      by William Lucas
    • Sasha/Clothes for the ever-popular doll
      by Jodie Davis
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Dreams Can Come True
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: American Character Doll Company's Sally-Joy
      by Ursula Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 21, Issue #3: Mar./April 1993
Page Count: 248
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • As You Are: Photo essay of childhood innocence
      by Ho Phi Le
    • Schoenhut's Wigged Dolls: Transition wooden dolls of early 1900s
      by Carol Corson
    • Perfect Little Ladies: 1870s French fashion doll costumes
      by Ann Bahar
    • The Lady Had References: A hidden pocket in a doll's dress reveals the secrets of her life
      by Sharon L. Caha
    • Rare Dolls by Grace Storey Putnam: Hard-to-find Babykins and Fly-lo Baby
      by Diane Goff
    • Which Came First? The Baby or the Babe: Was the Bye-Lo the first realistic baby doll?
      by Joann Johnson
    • Noah's Ark in the Nursery: Memories of Long Ago Childhood
      by Ann Bahar
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • The Collector Connection: Dolls by Jerri McCloud
      by Mark Slider
    • A Living Legacy: The Madame Alexander Tradition Continues
      by Mark Slider
    • Eskimo Dolls: Collection depicts Eskimo culture
      by Ruth Ware Mathis
    • Elsie Leslie, Child Star: America's First Child Star stole the hearts of threatrical audiences
      by Marge Meisinger
    • Wernicke Dolls: Dolls offered by Magazines
      by Anneke Husecken
    • Eaton's Beauty in the Thirties: Department store catalog doll
      by Jacqueline Wilson
    • Dolls of the Nations: New Zealand, Australia, Tahiti, Fiji
      by Helen D. Holmes
    • The Dolls of Thailand: Ethnic dolls are popular collectibles
      by Loraine Wellman
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Paul Crees and Peter Coe: British artists capture elegance and grace
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • A New Gallery of Dolls from the British Doll Artists Association
      by June Rose Gale
    • A Tribute to Ann Parker: Founder of British Doll Artists Association will be missed
      by June Rose Gale
    • Masterpieces in Wax and Porcelain: Canadian artists Tom Francirek and Ron Booker
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • An Interview with Morena Ciambra: New England artist creates Lifelike children
      by Lewis Goldstein
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • A Schoenhut's Wig is Restored: Original Mohair wig is saved
      by Darlene Gengelbach
    • Dressing Princess Dolls: The German Wax Ladies: Wax-over papier-mache dolls displayed latest styles in clohting
      by Estelle Johnston
    • Reproducing Kallie: Instructions for making porcelain doll
      by June Zidjunas
    • Secrets of a Doll Hospital: Compo Shirley Temple is repaired
      by Carolyn Mingus
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Fashions for Virga Dolls by Elsa Schiaparelli
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Little Charub
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 21, Issue #4: May 1993
Page Count: 224
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Dolls at the Teddy Bear Museum
      by Jack Tempest
    • Perfect Little Ladies
      by Ann Bahar
    • German China Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • The Dolly Varden Connection
      by Barbara Combatalade
    • 19th Century Paper Dolls for Boys
      by Margaret and Blair Whitton
    • Gorgeous German Googlies
      by Christine Jeffery
    • The Celluloid War Dolls by Buschow and Beck
      by Angelika Lipinski
    • Peter G. Thomson's Paper Dolls
      by Cynthia Erfurt Musser
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • New Dolls For '93
    • Those Fabulous Mattel Designers
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Barbie Baby Sits
      by Barbara Guyette
    • Barbie: Pop culture's Role Model
      by Myra Yellin Goldfarb
    • 1992 DOTY Awards
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • It's Only Make Believe
      by Mark Slider
    • Fairy Paper Doll: based on work of Blythe and Snodgrass
      by Sue Shanahan
    • Barefoot, Beautiful and Timeless: Annette Himstedt story
      by Mark Slider
    • Alexander Paper Doll
      by Susan Brack
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls:
      A French Connection: Raynal and Clelia
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase:
      Horsman's Little Mary Mix-up
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified Ads

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Volume 21, Issue #5: Jun/July 1993
Page Count: 240
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • In My Eyes: Photo essay of exquisite French and German bisques
      by Ho Phi Le
    • The Development of the German Doll Industry: Papier-mache and wooden dolls from 1800-1915
      by Jan Foulke
    • Schoenhut Update: Valuable identification tips for collectors
      by Carol Corson
    • A Close Look at Three Antique Rag Dolls: Much-loved dolls have acquired a special character over the years
      by Judith Spaulding
    • Stitches in Time: Style and material hints help date cloth dolls
      by Diane Goff
    • This Bride Wore Pink: A set of 1863-style paper dolls from the January 1913 issue of The Delineator
      by Marjorie Ryan
    • Abby Cady: Rare dolls made over a 40-year period in Indianapolis
      by Jennylou Hamilton Schoelwer
    • Bebe Jumeau Dolls: Identifying the collectors' dream dolls
      by Evelyn Jane and Dorothy S. Coleman
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • A Bride For All Time: Bride dolls have long been a favorite of little girsl and collectors alike
      by Kerra Davis
    • The Composition Bride: Popular dolls produced over a ten-year period
      by Dian Zillner
    • Cloth Dolls in Red White and Blue: These dolls have served as patriotic symbols
      by Linda Poirier Holderbaum
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • An Artist with a Vision: R. John Wright- Felt dolls of perfection
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Paper Doll of R. John Wright's Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs
      by Sue Shanahan
    • Dolls from the Heartland: The Work of Charlene Westling- NIADA doll artist from Kansas creates works of art
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Hal Payne: Beyond the Borders - Artist dolls from a unique perspective
      by Mark Slider
    • Dollmaker's Magic: A traveling exhibit of cloth dolls by contemporary artists
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Cloth Folk Dolls by Judy Tasch: Old fabrics give new dolls an antique look
      by Ann Bahar
    • The Essence of Childhood: The Dolls of Maggie Iacono- Innovative jointing for felt dolls
      by Carolyn Cook
    • An Exotic Wedding in an Enchanted land: Traditional Japanese Dolls
      by W. Harry Perzyk
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Gibson Girl Bride: Wedding gown pattern for modern fashion dolls
      by Judy Arrington
    • Dolls and Figures in Fashionable Costume: Wax mannequins pose questions about their origins
      by Kathryn Harding
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Krueger Cloth Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: More Heubach Copies
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 21, Issue #6: August 1993
Page Count: 272
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Dolls We Have Loved: Favorite playthings revisited
      by Dare J. Boles
    • Dolls' House Dolls from the Past: Victorian toy shops, bazaars and street sellers were the sources for these dolls
      by Ann Bahar
    • Small German All-Bisque Dolls: Doll with unusual molded features
      by Diane M. Goff
    • Doll Making: Paris, 1899- An eyewitness account of a factory tour
      by Ann Bahar
    • Albert, the Amberg Walking Doll: Walking boy doll of the 1920s
      by Kerra Davis
    • An Antique German Fairy Tale: Hansel, Gretel and a gingerbread house
      by Kitturah B. Westenhouser
    • Granddad's Dolls' House: A modern house for 70-year-old miniatures
      by John Barnard
    • The Doll Factory: Visit the place where the Alabama Baby was made
      by Richard Waller
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Barnard Ravca and His Real People Dolls: Needle-sculpted French peasant dolls
      by Diane M. Goff
    • Seymour Mann's Signature Series: Company makes artist dolls affordable
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • My Prized Possession: Doll lovers share their cherished dolls
      by Edward R. Pardella
    • The Big Heart of Little Souls: A Pennsylvania company's cloth dolls
    • The Shirley Temple Phenomenon: Observing 60 years of popularity
      by Mary Schweitzer Lalli
    • Sweet Sue Dolls for 1952: American Character's popular hard plastic doll
      by Susan Girardot
    • Canadian Troll Dolls: Popular collectible first manufactured in the 1960s
      by Jacqueline Wilson
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • The King of Cute Gets Serious: Interview with Bob McKinley
      by Carolyn Cook
    • Rose-Mary Cheney's Midsummer Night's Dream: Australian artist's fantasy scene
      by Lyn Alexander
    • Forever Alice: Original dolls by Alice Lester Leverett
      by Mark Slider
    • Paper Doll: Alice Lester Leverett's Laura
      by Sue Shanahan
    • Themes and Variations by Margaret Hickson: British artist designs groups of dolls
      by Betty Lorrimar
    • Oroyan on Oroyan: Reflections of an artist
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Breathing Life into Clay Dolls: Japanese artist recreates 150-year old process
      by Jacqueline Ruyak
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Pete Ballard's Fashion Plate Dolls: Papier-Mache models
      by Brenda Ruggiero
    • Restoring an Andreas Voit Doll: Putting it back together after 150 years
      by Carolyn Mingus
    • Dolls and Figures in Fashionable Costume: Wax figures displayed period styles in the early 1900s
      by Kathryn Harding
    • Panty-Combination Underwear pattern in style of 1910-1925
      by Helen Shannon and Hazel Ulseth
    • Sailor Dress for a 17in Simon & Halbig Reproduction Doll: Pattern for a popular 1900s design
      by Chris Sandham
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Cloth dolls from the 1930s-1950s
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Treasure of unmarked dolls
      by Ursula Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 21, Issue #7: September 1993
Page Count: 240
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Identifying Armand Marseille Character Dolls: A lesson in molds and markings
      by Jan Foulke
    • More German All-bisque Dolls: Collectible, fascinating, and affordable
      by Diane M. Goff
    • San Francisco Tidal Mud Flats Dolls: China and bisque doll heads are unearthed on a dig
      by Ruby M. Molitor
    • The Famous Chemise En Fleur of Jumeau: 40 years in the same outfit!
      by Raymond Charrier
    • Performing Player Puppets: These professionals work hard for the money
      by Judith Spaulding
    • The Huret Metal Heads: Painted pewter heads from the nineteenth century
      by Ellen M. Tsagaris
    • Quilts and Coverlets: Doll related collectibles are great additions to a doll collection
      by JoAnn Johnson
    • Examining a Taufling-Type: A nineteenth century baby doll from Japan
      by Susan Withey
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Trunk Dolls: Tomorrow's heirlooms by today's artists
    • Vote for Your DOTY Nominee: Choose you favorite dolls for 1993
    • The Five-in-One Doll: This changeable doll is ready for every occasion
      by Susan Girardot
    • As Red as Snow White's Lips: Travel adds interesting dolls to collection
      by Myra Yellin Goldfarb
    • Sindy: The British counterpart to Barbie
      by Barbara Pickering
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Unmistakably Van Craig: He never ceases to amaze
      by Mark Slider
    • Marionettes from Prague: Modern artists continue a 400-year tradition
      by Ann Bahar
    • The Cultural Visions of Uta Brauser: From the Renaissance to the Mean Streets
      by Brenda Ruggiero
    • Meeting Anne Mitrani: French artist shares her dolls
      by Carolyn Cook and Brenda Ruggiero
    • Polly at the Seaside Paper Doll: Lynne and Michael Roche creation as a paper doll
      by Sue Shanahan
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Restoring an Armand Moarseille Doll: Dr. Sheila gives you instructions
      by Carolyn Mingus
    • Day Dress, Hat and Shoes for a 14in 1930s Felt Doll: Make an adorable outfit
      by Charlotte Whatley
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Worldwide Doll Club
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Alexander's Wendy Ann with Painted Eyes and Hair
      by Ursula Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 21, Issue #8: October 1993
Page Count: 248
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Armand Marseille Doll Heads: Famous factory produced millions of bisque head from 1900 to the 1930s
      by Jan Foulke
    • Baby Faces: Tracing the evolution of the baby doll
      by Carolyn Cook
    • Excerpts from The Ultimate Doll Book: Caroline Goodfellow's new, informative book published by Dorling Kindersley
    • New Zealand's Wooden Heirlooms: Woodcarvers leave a rich heritage of beautiful dolls
      by Peggy Armstrong and Denise Jackson
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Ideal's Revlon Dolls: Forerunner of Barbie was made for four years only
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Frances Diecks Ravca: Talent, training, technique: forty years of doll artistry
      by Diane M. Goff
    • Once Upon a Time...Modern dolls from fairy tales and nursery rhymes
    • Godey's Little Lady Dolls by Ruth Gibbs: Featuring catalog pages from 1951 and 1952
      by Susan Girardot
    • Dolls of the Nations: Peru and Mexico
      by Helen Holmes
    • The Graceful Ballerina Dolls of the 1950s: Many companies produced these favorites
      by Donna Miska
    • Dolls Helping children: Ambassadors of goodwill from UNICEF
      by Deanna Pinizotto
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Funny Business: The work of Jodi and Richard Creager: Step into their world, and you will smile
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • The Journey of Martha Armstrong-Hand: Even Hitler's Germany could not squelch her artistic drive
      by Brenda Ruggiero
    • Fredericy Dolls: A Legacy of Love: Capturing the playful, amusing, and whimsical
      by Mark Slider
    • Toddling Along with Harris-Brooker Original Dolls: Welcome to the World of the terrible twos!
      by Mark Slider
    • Dollmaker's Magic: Symposium and showcase in Provo, Utah
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Alexander Rae: Paper Doll
      by Loraine Morris
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • 1920's Dress for an Armand Marseille 390: Costume for a 22in doll
      by Myrna Otagawa
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls:
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Baby Horsman
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues: Spooky Halloween Dolls
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 21, Issue #9: November 1993
Page Count: 240
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • SPECIAL FEATURES
    • A Parade of American Doll Art: From wonderfully whimsical to hauntingly beautiful, today's artists create them all!
      Martha Armstrong-Hand
      Yolanda Bello
      Akira Blount
      Stephanie Blythe
      Sonja Bryer
      Joanne Callander
      Beth Cameron
      Van Craig
      Sharon Crain
      Jodi and Richard Creager
      Alice Darling
      Ray and Mary Daub
      Terri DeHetre
      Peggy Dey
      Susan Dunham
      Dianna Effner
      Maggie Finch
      Marta Finch-Kozlosky
      Lucia and Judith Friedericy
      Julie Good-Kruger
      June Goodnow
      Mitzie Hargrave
      Ellen Harris-Brooker
      Joseph and Sheryl Hoffman
      Dorothy Hoskins
      Elke Hutchens
      Maggie Iacono
      Federica Kasabasic
      Linda Kertzman
      Helen Kish
      Cynthia Koch
      Pat Kolesar
      Susan Krey
      Michael Langton
      Barbara Larsen
      Wendy Lawton
      Alice Lester Leverett
      Lisa Lichtenfels
      Michele Malpica
      Eda Mann Linda Mason
      Sandi McAslan
      Jerri McCloud
      Karen McGuffey Miller
      Robert McKinley
      Lee Middleton
      Lorna Miller
      Bill Nelson
      Janet Ness
      Maryanne Oldenburg
      Susanna Oroyan
      Phyllis Parkins
      Hal Payne
      Rose Pinkul
      Marilyn Radzat
      Kathy Redmond
      Thelma Resch
      Xavier Roberts
      Patricia Rose
      Julia Rueger
      Pat and Joanna Secrist
      Susan Snodgrass
      Mavis Snyder
      Nancy Spain
      FayZah Spanos
      Linda Steele
      Charlene Thanos
      Carla Thompson
      Pat Thompson
      Robert Tonner
      Carol Trobe
      Virginia Turner
      Mary Van Osdell
      Susan Wakeen
      Connie Walser Derek
      Nancy Walters
      R. John Wright
      Jane Zidjunasa
  • ANTIQUE
    • What's in a Name? Is the term "milliners' model" a misnomer?
      by Dorothy S. and Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • Rosalie Whyel Museum of Doll Art: Preserving and exhibiting dolls as an art form
      by Martha M. Martin
    • All About Men: Consider adding interesting masculine dolls to your collection
      by Estelle Johnston
    • Hi! Ho! Com to the Fair: Doll from 1893 Chicago Expo celebrates her 100th birthday
      by Dottie Baker
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • DOTY Design concept Nominees: Innovative designs for 1993
    • The 1950 Effanbee Company Catalog: Mickey, Howdy, and the Babies
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • The Dolls of Thailand: Drama and dance have inspired many Thai dolls
      by Loraine Wellman
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Dress and Bonnet for a 9in Kammer & Reinhardt Reproduction 114, Gretchen: Pattern for popular doll's outfit
      by Chris Sandham
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls:
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: American Character's Patricia
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

Volume 22, 1994: 9 ISSUES

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Volume 22, Issue #1: Dec/Jan. 1994
Page Count: 208
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Jim Fernando: An Eye for Beauty
      by Ho Phi Le
    • An Old-Fashioned Christmas: A look at the toys of yesterday's children
      by Mary Lou Ratcliff
    • Creole Lady: Record price for an antique doll at auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • Christmas Toys from Long Ago: Antique cards depict children's treasures
      by Susan Girardot
    • Betty Bonnet Shops Early: 1917 Ladies' Home Journal paper doll by Sheila Young
      by Marjorie Ryan
    • UFDC 1993: Chicago Exhibit showcases 2000 dolls
    • 100 Years of Dolls in America: An exhibit of American Cloth dolls
    • The Dolls and Toys of the Miller House Museum: Visit a delightful Hagerstown, Maryland museum
      by Sharon Caha
    • Jointed Victorian Paper Dolls: Who Were They?- Discover the identities of the real-life inspirations of these paper dolls
      by Francine Kirsch
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Madame's Royal Affair: A study of forty years of Alexander's Queen Elizabeth II dolls
      by David C. Hearn
    • Dewees Cochran's Special Dolls: UFDC exhibit highlights artist featured on cover of 1939 Life magazine
    • Holiday Spirits: A collection of angels and Father Christmas figures to brighten your holidays
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • The Wizard's Workbench: Norma DeCamp's Victorian Magic- Artist blends romance and nostalgia
      by Ann Bahar
    • From the Heart of FayZah Spanos: The innocence of small children inspires this doll artist
      by Brenda Ruggiero
    • Under the Spell of Innocence: Linda S. Kertzman- Let the magic of the Lindenfolk whisk you away to a secret place
      by Mark Slider
    • Paper Doll of Linda S. Kertzman's special creation, Snow Angel
      by Sue Shanahan
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Ornamental Allure: Lace, ribbons, and pearls are lovely trims for Victorian decorations
      by Beverly Bihn
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Boudoir, Bed Dolls, Flappers and Vamps
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Three American-Made Teddy Dolls
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 22, Issue #2: February 1994
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • A Herculean Labor: Compiling the encyclopedia of French doll, toy, game and automaton producers is an exhaustive job
      by Francois Theimer
    • Armand Marseille Googlies and Lady Dolls: Yesterday's googlies with their roguish eyes and lady dolls with their lovely slender bodies are much in demand by collectors today
      by Jan Foulke
    • Scavini Lenci Dolls: the Early Years- New information assists the collector in identifying felt dolls made by this Italian firm in the 1920's
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • The Minerva Doll: These "totally indestructible" metal heads sold for $4.25 a dozen in 1904
      by Ellen M. Tsagaris
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Dolls With a Mission: Door of Hope dolls dressed by young Chinese girls in the early 1900s are highly collectible treasures
      by Mary Schweitzer Lalli
    • Joao Perotti Cloth Dolls: Felt dolls from this obscure Brazilian company vary greatly in style and quality
      by Diane M. Goff
    • Kathe Kruse Dolls: A Friend for Life- A new era of ownership brings a fresh yet traditional approach to doll making for a company firmly entrenched in German childhood
      by Mark Slider
    • The Ralph A. Freundlich Doll Factory: A Massachusetts town became the manufacturing home of popular Freundlich dolls
      by Marian H. Schmuhl
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Susie McMahon, Australian Doll Artist: Adept at many mediums, she makes her own composition
      by Lesley Hurford
    • Michele Malpica: Hands Say Heart Woman- Her magic touches collectors
      by Mark Slider
    • Dutch Treat: For doll making with a European flair, discover the modern artists of the Netherlands
      by Ursula Driskell
    • Character Building: Lothar Grossle and Gudrun Schmidt: Sharing their doll making techniques with others
      by Mark Slider
    • European Doll Artists: Photo essay of a wide variety of dolls from European artists
    • At Creative Crossroads: Karin Schmidt- German artist finds a challenge in doll making
      by Mark Slider
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Victorian Ball Gown: make this festive gown for your favorite 16in fashion doll
      by Hazel Ulseth and Helen Shannon
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Unusual Rubber Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Baby Peggy
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 22, Issue #3: Mar./April 1994
Page Count: 192
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Those Aristocratic Parians: Dolls named for their resemblance to marble from the Greek island of Paros
      by Mary Lou Ratcliff
    • The Bebe Phonographe: Loiret and Jumeau manufactured a "talking" doll over 100 years ago
      by Raymond Charrier
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Pretty Bettsie: Meet a rare doll created by Joseph L. Kallus in the 1920s
      by Susan Girardot
    • In Love with Lucy: Regrettably, it took almost 30 years before America's favorite comedienne was reproduced in doll form
      by David C. Hearn
    • A Preview of 1994 Dolls: Enjoy Doll Reader's first coverage of some exciting new dolls
    • Paper Kewpies: Rose O'Neill's beloved cherubs first appeared in the December 1909 Ladies' Home Journal
      by Kerra Davis
    • 1993 DOTY Public's Choice Awards: Dolls of the Year contest winners are announced
    • Daruma! After 1400 years, Japanese Daruma still tell a story
      by Ann Bahar
    • Deanna Durbin Dolls: Ideal created an excellent likeness of the young starlet
      by Edward R. Pardella
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Oldenburg Originals: Maryanne introduces Mackenna as a porcelain doll and as an original paper doll
      by Brenda Ruggiero
    • Ever Upward: in the changing world of today's artist dolls, "new" and "unusual" are terms that are constantly being redefined
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Huate Couture in Miniature: France and Jacques Rommel- Award-winning and deliberately faceless, these fashion dolls depict various eras
      by Yolanda M. Simonelli
    • Mimerle: A kathe Kruse design with a new wardrobe for 1994, as a paper doll
      by Sue Shanahan
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • A Molded Lace Hat: Create your own version of this elegant hat for your favorite doll
      by Lyn Alexander
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Smoke Gets Into Your Eyes
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Meet Harriet Flanders, Creator of Little Cherub
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 22, Issue #4: May 1994
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Les Marottes: A unique doll-related collectible for today
      by Raymond Charrier
    • Parians with Head Coverings: These unusual dolls give insight into mid-19th century ideals of beauty and fashion
      by Mary Lou Ratcliff
    • The Old Doll and the Sea: Divers shout "Eureka" while salvaging china dolls from an 1888 shipwreck
      by Ellsworth Boyd
    • Putnam's Elusive Fairies: Mysterious fairies, dolls' house dolls and a tiny wax Bye-Lo
      by Dottie Baker
    • Early American Rubber Dolls: Dolls of the Industrial Age
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Beautiful Boudoir Dolls/Inspired by the Charleston, bobbed hair and the early silver screen
      by Maralyn Christoffersen and Estelle Johnston
    • New Dolls for '94
    • Composition Dolls: What to look for when buyring them and tips for maintaining them
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • A Modern Romance: Madame Alexandre dolls in elaborate Victorian costumes
      by Lia Sargent
    • Bing Replica Dolls: In honor of Norman Rockwell's 100th birthday, two 1925 dolls are reproduced
    • Mary Jane: This controversial Terri Lee look-alike doll was on the market for only one year
      by Susan Girardot
  • DOLL DRESSING/MAKING
    • Making an Original Doll Pin: Sculpt and mold a special piece of jewelry
      by Lauren Welker
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls:
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Peaches, A Patsy Look-alike by Georgene Averill
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 22, Issue #5: Jun/July 1994
Page Count: 216
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • The Addresses of Emile Jumeau
      by Raymond Charrier
    • Boudoir Dolls of Cloth
      by Estelle Johnston and Maralyn Christoffersen
    • Fashion Fit for a Queen: Exquisite miniature dress
      by Christine Jeffery
    • Cloth Dolls at Gaithersburg
      by Carolyn Cook
    • The Funny Wax Doll: 1810 origin
      by Barbara Combatalade
    • Suffragette Dolls
      by Mary Schweitzer Lalli
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Treasures of a Lifetime: The Franklin Mint
      by Brenda Ruggiero
    • Madame Alexander's Beautiful Brides: Rare 1948-1953 bride dolls
      by Lia Sargent
    • Shackman's Sleepy Baby: 7in doll of the 1950s
      by Daniel Shackman Jacoby
    • DOTY Nominees for 1994
    • Star Spangled Dolls: Mattel dolls
      by Kerra Davis
    • 1993 DOTY Award Winners
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Marcia Backstrom's Miniature Dolls
      by Linda Case Lambert
    • Flueler-Tomamichel: A Passion for Doll Making
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Dollmasters on View: Dollmakers Originals International exhibit during Toy Fair
      by
    • Julia Rueger: From Pastime to Profession
      by Heather Mason
    • Garnet paper doll: Turn-of-the-Century Lady with Costumes
      by Colette Cole
  • Make/Costume
    • Pockets: From the Simple to the Sublime
      by Sylvia MacNeil
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Patriotic Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Patriotic Composition Dolls
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 22, Issue #6: August 1994
Page Count: 192
New Managing Editor: Deborah Adam Thompson
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Antique Doll Theft: Six dolls stolen from Strong Museum, Rochester, NY
    • Rosalie Whyel: Photo essay of beauties
      by Ho Phi Le
    • Royal Reflections: Young Princess Victoria's dolls
      by Martha M. Martin
    • The Idiosyncratic Wax-over Dolls of England
      by Estelle Johnston
    • Doll Quilts of Days Gone By
      by Carolyn Mingus
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Door of Hope Dolls: Pearl Buck taught Chinese girls needle skills at mission
      by Ann Bahar
    • Collectible Black Dolls: Photo essay
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • An Interview with Linda Mason
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Paper doll of Linda Mason's Stormy
      by Sue Shanahan
    • The Dolls of Helen Kish
      by Scott Wood
    • Porcelain by Sonja
      by Brenda Ruggiero
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Scott Wood
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Unusual Cloth Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Choices of the Discerning Collector
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 22, Issue #7: September 1994
Page Count: 192
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Appealing A.M. 390s
      by Barbara Wallin
    • Boudoir Dolls of Cloth:elegant souvenirs of the gaudy 20s
      by Estelle Johnston and Maralyn Christoffersen
    • A Unique Political Doll: soap baby doll
      by Barbara Combatalade
    • Dolls of the Ecker Collection: Welser Museum
      by Kurt Palka
    • Prissy Little Mamas and their Fabulous Dolls
      by Jeannie DiMauro
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Art, Design and Barbie
      translated by Michael Koch
    • Paper Dolls go to School
      by Kerra Davis
    • Tutti Time: Barbie's tiny sister
      by Barbara Guyette
    • Dolls with Accessories
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Kids Will be Kids: Johannes Zook Originals
      by Mark Slider
    • British Doll Artists at Cusworth Hall
      by June Rose Gale
    • Form in Motion: Figurative sculpture of Lenore Davis
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • The All-American Dolls of Barbara Kingman
      by Ann Bahar
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Wendy, a Barbie Competitor of the 1960s
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Grumpy and Grumpy Girl
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 22, Issue #8: October 1994
Page Count: 200
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • The Princess Elizabeth Doll: English Royalty Made in Germany
      by Raymond Charrier
    • Victorian Images: Photo essay
      by Ho Phi Le
    • Fashion Dolls: Tracing the roots
      by Sabrina Bates
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Paper Doll Designers to the Stars
      by Don Jensen
    • Modern Doll Accessories: Practical advice
      by Thelma Bene Bernard
    • Alexander and the Magic of Disney: Snow White Doll
      by David C. Hearn
    • Hitty: A paper doll
      by Sue Shanahan
    • Hitty's Legacy
      by Dottie Baker
    • Hard-To-Find Francis: Barbie's first cousin
      by Rebecca Taylor
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • American Victoriana; Jan Hagara Collectibles
      by Scott Wood
    • Ruth Treffeisen: Ten Years of Doll Artistry
      by Scott Wood
    • Guys and Dolls: More plentiful and varied than in the past
  • MAKING/RESTORING
    • A Plan of Preservation
      by Peggy Millhouse
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 22, Issue #9: November 1994
Page Count: 208
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • The Doll that Came Home: An 1840s rag doll
      by Marguerite Sweeney
    • Dolly Sends Her Love: Antique postcards
      by Raymond Charrier
    • Danish All-Mechanical Museum
      by Martha M. Martin
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • The Hottest Barbies
    • Barbie's History on Paper: Cut-out dolls
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • The Real Baby Peggy Remembers
      by Diana Serra Cary
    • Toni Dolls by Ideal: Toni Dolls helped Gillete pitch their home permanents in the 1950s
      by Peggy Millhouse
    • Dolly Dingle: Grace Drayton's well-known characters
      by Myra Fay Graubard
    • A New World of Dolls Awaits Discovery: unique Native American dolls
      by Gail Enid Zimmer
    • Scrappy: A Cartoon Collectible
      by Susan Girardot
    • See Shirley Dance: Popular child star doll
      by Roger H. Jones
    • Shirley Temple Collectibles
      by Mary Schweitzer Lalli
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • A Visit With the Turners: Sisters-in-law make the same name for themselves with dolls
      by Scott Wood
    • Native Amercian Dolls
      by Jennifer Lefkowitz
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Unusual Small High-heeled Fashion Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: History of Composition Kewpies
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

Volume 23, 1995: 9 ISSUES

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Volume 23, Issue #1: Dec/Jan. 1995
Page Count: 192
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Absolutely Angelic
      by Estelle Johnston
    • Christmas 1910: an old photo
      by Martha M. Martin
    • Father Christmas is Coming: nostalgic holiday postcards
      by Raymond Charrier
    • Classic Dolls Star at UFDC Convention: "Victoria" exhibits
    • A Christmas Doll
      by Barbara Combatalade
    • Lettie Lane & Betty Bonnet: Sheila Young's cut-out characters
      by Marjorie A. Ryan
    • Doll Drawings From St. Nicholas in France
      by Peg Hunkins
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Santa Dolls
    • Father Frost Matroushkas: Russian Nesting Dolls and the legend of Ded Moroz
      by Sandra F. Waugaman
    • Little Women: Dolls and paper dolls from 1912 to 1955
      by Barbara Lutz Comienski
    • Enter to Win the Little Women Sweepstakes
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Angels: Photo essay
      by Ho Phi Le
    • A New Amsterdam Santa Claus: Rosemary Volpi
      by Ann Bahar
    • NIADA Doll Art
    • Michaela by Helen Kish(a paper doll)
      by Sue Shanahan
  • RESTORING/MAKING
    • Elaborate and Elegant Doll Boxes: Create these ornamental boxes for your dolls
      by Beverly Bihn
    • The Secrets of Your Doll's Genes: the chemical make-up of your doll and how this affects its care
      by Nicholas J. Hill
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Ship Ahoy
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Composition Version of the Fiammingo Head
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 23, Issue #2: February 1995
Page Count: 160
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Rare Early European Dolls' House Dolls: Wax miniatures of the 17th and 18th centuries
      by Estelle Johnston
    • A Hankering for Heubachs
      by John W. Clendenien
    • Mystery Doll in Maine
      by Barb Giguere
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Aunt Beatrice Rose: American Character dolls
      by Suzanne Bachrach
    • The Renaissance of Thuringian Doll Art
      by Ute Schlippe
    • Ideal Dolls with the Toni Body
      by Judith Izen and Peggy Millhouse
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • The Roches Make Modern Classics
      by Scott Wood
    • European Dolls: Photo essay
    • News from Prague: Anna Alena Sloupova
      by Ann Bahar
    • Swiss Wooden Dolls from Brienz: Adolf and Paul Thomann, Woodcarvers
      by Laura Knusli
    • Sylvia and Helmuth Schmid: Swiss husband/wife team make wooden dolls
      by Martha M. Martin
    • Daddy's Long Legs Marches On: Karen and Brent Germany's figures
      by Scott Wood
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Duchess Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Madame Hendren character dolls in Dutch costume
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 23, Issue #3: Mar./April 1995
Page Count: 184
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • The Jumeau Family: A Genealogical Study
      by Raymond Charrier
    • Why is This Doll Crying?: Three-faced dolls by Carl Bergner
      by Dorothy S. and Evelyn Jane Coleman
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Fiddle Dee Dee: Alexander's composition Scarletts from 1937 through 1943
      by Jan Lebow
    • Petite Princess Fantasy Furniture: Ideal's realistic dolls' house furniture mirrored 1960s
      by Don Jensen
    • Georgetown Creates Artist Editions: Portland, Maine company
    • Sara Lee Paper Dolls
      by Karen B. Kurtz
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Purely Parker People: husband/wife team
      by Barbara Trainin Blank
  • CARE/RESTORATION
    • Just What is Plastic, Anyway?: Analyzing the chemistry of Ginny, Jill, Barbie, Betsy McCall, Chatty Cathy and friends
      by Nicholas J. Hill
  • SPECIAL EVENTS
    • A Preview of 1995 Dolls
    • 1994 DOTY Public's Choice Winners
    • Happy 100th, Madame Alexander: special tribute from Tanya McWhorter
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Boys Will Be Boys
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Ink-U-Bator Baby by Arranbee
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 23, Issue #4: May 1995
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • La Belle Chocolatiere
      by Susan Endo
    • My Doll Etta: antique rubber doll head
      by Matrix
    • Pedlar Dolls: Notion Nannies and pedlar dolls of the 19th and 20th centuries
      by Estelle Johnston
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • The American Character Legacy
      by Judith Izen
  • DOLL ARTISTS
    • Lisa Lichtenfels
      by Scott Wood
    • Leapin' Lizards: Littl Orphan Annie is Back: Artist Robert Tonner
      by Scott Wood
    • Paper Doll of Robert Tonner's Little Orphan Annie
      by Sue Shanahan
  • MANUFACTURER
    • Hella Sasha: Gotz-Puppenfabrik
      by Anne Votaw
    • The Heirloom Dolls of the Franklin Mint
  • CARE/RESTORATION
    • The Metals in Plastic Dolls
      by Nicholas J. Hill
  • SPECIAL EVENTS
    • Modern Masterpieces: The Plaza Hotel
    • New Dolls for 1995
    • Nuremburg Toy Fair: 46th annual exhibition in Germany
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: The Miss Ginnys
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Betty Bronson Cinderella
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 23, Issue #5: Jun/July 1995
Page Count: 192
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Exquisite Bru Bebes and Their Hidden Surprises
      by Jim Fernando
    • Dolls That Talk - Off the Top of Their Heads
      by Matrix
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Portraits of an Artist: Dewees Cochran
      by Betty O'Sullivan
    • The Sleeping Princess by Madame Alexander
      by Lorraine Mieszala with Karen Dort
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • She Recreates Childhood: British artist Christine Heath-Orange
      by Scott Wood
    • Singerie a la Mode: Artist Adnan Karabay depicts monkeys in fancy dress
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Delicate Dream Dolls: Viennese artist Margit Gieszer
      by Kurt Palka
    • Ladies and Gentlemen...Lloyd Middleton: received Doll Reader's prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award
      by Scott Wood
    • To Love and To Cherish: Photo essay of contemporary bride dolls
    • Marie Osmond
      by Scott Wood
  • CARE/RESTORATION
    • Makeup: Understanding the Cosmetic Features of Your Dolls:
      Find out why painted features sometimes flake, peel, bleed, or change color
      by Nicholas J. Hill
  • SPECIAL EVENTS
    • New Faces: new dolls for 1995
    • DOTY Nominees for 1995
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Jump-Jump: Tracking Down the Little Elf
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Hoo Choy, the Little Goddess of Good Luck
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 23, Issue #6: August 1995
Page Count: 184
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Paper and Poupees: Original boxes, labels and cards
      by Jim Fernando with photos by Ho Phi Le
    • Baby Florence: Heubach confusion
      by Matrix
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Boudoir Smokers
      by Maralyn Christoffersen and Estelle Johnston
    • MOVY-DOLS: Charlie Chaplin and seven other paper doll stars of the silent screen
      by Don Jensen
    • Style Show Dolls: Fabulous Fifties
      by Susan Girardot
  • MANUFACTURERS/ARTISTS
    • Gene/Asthon-Drake debuts a doll reminiscent of the 1940s and 1950s
      by Beauregard Houston-Montgomery
    • Effanbee Rekindles Success: Wahlbergs draw on the past
      by Christine Oliver
    • Exhibit Showcases British Talent
      by June Rose Gale
    • Pamela Erff Loves Her Work
      by Scott Wood
    • The Gentle Art of Shelley Thornton
      by John Darcy Noble
  • CARE RESTORATION
    • Wigs: How to keep your dolls from having bad hair days
      by Nicholas J. Hill
  • SPECIAL EVENTS
    • GI Joe at Thirty: Hasbro's Hero
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • American Doll Showcase: Raleigh Dolly-faced Dolls
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 23, Issue #7: September 1995
Page Count: 160
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • The Pink Domino: A wooden doll and her wardrobe survive for nearly 250 years
      by Susan Hendrick
    • Raphael Tuck & Sons: paper doll manufacturing family
      by Margaret Whitton
    • Sonneberg Then & Now: One-time doll capital fo the world
      by Kurt Palka
    • My Mother's Doll: cloth doll
      by Marguerite Sweeney
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Forever Elegant: post-World War II dolls from Madame Alexander
      by Lia Sargent
    • Dollikin: An unexplored treasure
      by Laura Meisner
    • Rare and Beautiful Composition Shirley Temples: 1930s
      by Rosemary Dent
    • The House of Sebastian: The Dior of Dolls
      by Jack Tempest
  • MANUFACTURER/ARTISTS
    • the Hamilton Collection
      by Scott Wood
    • No Strings Attached: Robert Doucette and Tom Slotten
      by Scott Wood
  • CARE/RESTORATION
    • Cleaning Cloth Dolls: How soaps and detergents work
      by Nicholas J. Hill
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Horsman Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Mary Frances Woods
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 23, Issue #8: October 1995
Page Count: 192
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • The Silent Witness: A doll was the last prisoner of war
      by Darrell Laurant
    • Petite All-Bisque Heubach Children
      by John W. Clendenien
    • The Bebe de Paris: Rabery et Delphieu firm
      by Raymond Charrier
    • The Du Cane Dolls' House
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Unique Treats and Little Tricks: Dolls in Halloween costumes
      by Matrix
    • Old Dolls and Toys on Stereoview Cards
      by Katherine Kuckens
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Margaret O'Brien Dolls by the Alexander Doll Company
      by Edward R. Pardella
    • The Pedigree Walking Doll in New Zealand
      by Peggy Armstrong
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • A Visit with Hildegard Gunzel
      by Karin Schrey
    • Doll Treasures of Santa Fe
    • Enchanting Creations by Barbara Gudgeon
      by Carol-Lynn Rossel Waugh
    • Dolls with Accessories
    • Paper Doll of Wendy Lawton's African Safari
      by Sue Shanahan
    • Elissa Glassgold: Making dolls into art
      by Barbara Trainin Blank
  • CARE RESTORATION
    • Preservation: Some rules for protecting your doll collection
      by Nicholas J. Hill
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Lenci Dolls made of Hard Plastic
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Madame Hendren Dolls Dressed for Halloween
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 23, Issue #9: November 1995
Page Count: 184
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Lady Dolls: Messengers of fashion and style
      by Kurt Palka
    • Dolls That Clap: Unique cymbal-playing dolls
      by Barbara Combatalade
    • Leather in Doll Making: Doll bodies and teething toy named Gussie Decker
      by Matrix
    • The Bebe Samaritaine: Paris department store exclusive for 20 years
      by Raymond Charrier
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Chinese Nesting Dolls
      by Greg Zaleski
    • Baby Doll: Dy-Dee Baby
      by Martha M. Martin
    • It's Howdy Doody Time: Freckle-faced Redhead from NBC
      by Edward R. Pardella
    • Charmin' Chatty: Mattel's doll
      by Laura Meisner
    • Petite Dolls: Little Miss Ginger and Little Miss Nancy Ann
      by Pam and Polly Judd
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Seymour Mann: Celebrating 25 years
    • Kyoko Nakanishi: tribute to a Japanese Artist
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Georgetown Opens a Magic Attic: new line of play dolls
    • A World of Dolls: Photo essay
    • A Seated Girl by Anne Mitrani: a special paper doll
      by Sue Shanahan
  • CARE/RESTORATION
    • Composition: knowing about ingredients and manufacturing processes helps you care for the composition dolls in your collection
      by Nicholas J. Hill
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: World War II Relief Dolls from Hollywood
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Talentoy TalenToon Puppets
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

Volume 24, 1996: 9 ISSUES

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Volume 24, Issue #1: Dec/Jan. 1996
Page Count: 184
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Rare and Scandalous: French Court dolls
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Musée de la Poupée: Paris doll museum
      by Evelyn Rädler
    • Doll Mothers on Old Post Cards
      by Raymond Charrier
    • Tribute to a Doll
      by Irene Luethge
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Christmastime with Käthe Kruse
      by Matrix
    • Alexander and Disney Magic: Madame Alexander dolls of Disney characters from the 1950's
      by David C. Hearn
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Exquisite Elegance: Pat and Glen East create OOAK art
      by Scott Wood
    • Paper doll of East Art Originals' Moonlight Serenade
      by Sue Shanahan
    • A Holiday Gathering: Photo essay of Santa and Angel dolls
  • CARE/RESTORATION
    • Ask Nick Hill: a chemist offers preservation tips in answer to reader's letter
      by Nick Hill
  • SPECIAL FEATURES
    • A Doll's Christmas: Five craft projects to make your holidays sparkle
      by Beverly Bihn
    • Remember the Ladies: Highlights of 46th annual UFDC convention in Philadelphia
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Introductions
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Ginny's Baby Sister Ginette
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Charming Mama Doll Toddlers
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 24, Issue #2: February 1996
Page Count: 160
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Through Jumeau's Eyes: Sleep eyes
      by Matrix
    • Shanghai Treasures- Door of Hope dolls identification guide
      by Joyce Sefton
    • The Infinite Variety of Half-dolls
      by Frieda Marion
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Happy Birthday Bécassine: 90th birthday
      by Andrew Tabbat
    • Brikette, the Red-headed Imp: Virginia Carlson remembers the birth of Brikette in 1959
      by Laura Meisner
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Contemporary Doll Art in Japan
      by Chieko Ogawa
    • Wonders in Wood: Michael Langton's wooden personalities
      by Scott Wood
    • The Tale of Thomas Rapaich: magical, mythical work
      by John Darcy Noble
    • From Heart to Home: Pittsburgh Originals' six new designs
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Introductions
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: WPA Museum Extension Project from Penn.
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Rock-a-Bye Baby
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Ask Nick Hill: Composition
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 24, Issue #3: Mar./April 1996
Page Count: 184
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Beauty Has Gone to Their Heads
      by John Dancy Noble
    • Celluloid Dolls: A Study in Contradictions
      by Matrix
    • Moving Picture Dolls: 1907 children's book with segmented pages
      by Barbara Combatalade
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Patti Playpal and Her Family: Ideal's 36in doll and several brothers and sisters
      by Judith Izen
    • The 1995 Sasha Doll Festival
      by Dorisanne Osborn
    • The Amelia Earhart Doll
      by Mary Schweitzer Lalli
    • Doll Collecting on the Internet
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Doll of the Year Public's Choice Awards
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Exciting Sonja Harmann Originals
      by Scott Wood
    • Artist Profile of Gillie Charlson
      by Ann Bahar
    • All Dolled Up: Photo essay of British Doll Artists' Association
      by June Rose Gale
    • New Dolls for 1996
    • New Life for an Old Company: Alexander Doll Company, interview with new CEO Patti Lewis
      by Carolyn Cook
    • Schildkröt: 100 Years of Dolls
      by Astry Campbell
  • SPECIAL REPORT
    • Ideal's Toni - Rare Sizes(23in, 17in)
      by Lyn deBeer
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Introductions
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • Dolls at Auction
      by Carolyn Cook
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Mollye Goldman's Thief of Baghdad Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: The Aunt Jemima Doll
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Ask Nick Hill: The Nature of Celluloid
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 24, Issue #4: May 1996
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • High Society: Coordinated lady dolls
      by Estelle Johnston
    • Coming Home: 350-year-old doll
      by Raymond Charrier
    • Mirrors of Humanity: Santa Barbara Museum of Art
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Introducing the Sunshine Baby: distributed by Louis Wolf & Co.
      by Matrix
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • May the Force be with You: Hot Star Wars collectibles 1978-1980
      by Kerra Davis
    • The Miss America of all Dolls: Monica doll 1941-1951
      by Janet L. Wallace
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Dollmaker: A Visit with Wendy Lawton
      by Scott Wood
    • American Girl of Today: Pleasant Company's dolls
      by Michilinda Kinsey
    • Betsy McCall Makes a Comeback: Robert Tonner's newly designed "old favorite"
      by Scott Wood
    • Betsy McCall as a paper doll
      by Sue Shanahan
    • More New Dolls for 1996
    • Northern Stars: Canada's Martha Bers and Marianne Reitsma
      by Ann Bahar
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: English Bisque War Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Amberg's Happinus
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Ask Nick Hill: Cleaning Tips for Vinyl
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 24, Issue #5: Jun/July 1996
Page Count: 192
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • The Brides from the Strong Museum
      by Ellen M. Manyon
    • Knowing Antique Dolls: The Mystery from Marseille
      by Matrix
    • The Old Folks at Home
      by John Darcy Noble
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Cindy and I: made by Horsman, debuted at Toy Fair 1958
      by Beauregard Houston-Montgomery
    • Barbie Trends
      by Joe Blitman
    • The 15-inch Revlon Dolls
      by Laura Meisner
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Beautiful Brides
    • Profile of an Artist: Lee Middleton Urick
      by Scott Wood
    • Only One: show at Plaza Hotel in New York City
  • SPECIAL EVENTS
    • Vote!
    • New Faces: advertorial selection
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Introductions
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques: Blue Book Update
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • American Doll Showcase: Mechanical Composition Dolls
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Ask Nick Hill: Cleaning Doll Clothes
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 24, Issue #6: August 1996
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Me & My Doll: antique postcards
      by Raymond Charrier
    • Historical Treasures: dolls with written histories
      by John Darcy Noble
    • J.D. Kestner: Emperor of Toyland
      by Kurt Palka
    • Knowing Antique Dolls: The Quest for Identity
      by Matrix
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Betsy McCall Furniture
      by Cris Johnson
    • The Wood Segmented Dolls of Joseph L. Kallus
      by Myra Fay Graubard
    • Sasha: Entertainment and commercial Star
      by Anne Votaw and Laura Knusli
    • A Raynal Baby Doll
      by Rosemary Dent
    • Toodles: 1950-160s American Character doll
      by Cris Johnson
    • Saucy Walker: Ideal doll 1950s
      by Judith Izen
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Nancy Wiley: The Early Years in Hoboken
      by Deborah Thompson
    • Paper Doll of Nancy Wiley's Collette
      by Sue Shanahan
    • Phyllis Parkins is on the Phone
      by Scott Wood
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Introductions
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • American Doll Showcase: Telantoy Talentoon Puppets
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently asked questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 24, Issue #7: September 1996
Page Count: 160
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Pantin, The French Jumping Jack
      by Raymond Charrier
    • Frozen Charlottes
      by Al Combatalade
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Little Women Dolls and Paper Dolls: 1955 to 1989
      by Barbara Lutz Comienski
    • Little Girl of Today: Fleischaker Novelty Company in 1951
      by Susan Girardot
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Madame Alexander's New Cissy
      by Beauregard Houston-Montgomery
    • Chloe: 24in doll created by Timothy J. Alberts
      by M. Dalton King
    • Sweet & Simple: The Art of Susan Wakeen
      by Scott Wood
    • Lleana Davison
      photo essay by Ho Phi Le
      Interview by Scott Wood
    • Fiesta in Santa Fe:
      Santa Fe Doll Art Show
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Introductions
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • American Doll Showcase: The Madame Louise Doll Company
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Ask Nick Hill: Doll Preservation & Storage
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 24, Issue #8: October 1996
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUES
    • Behold It Tenderly: Photo essay French doll collection of Gail Cook
      by Ho Phi Le
    • If Wishes Were Horses
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Etienne Denamur and the E.D. Bebes
      by Francois Theimer
    • Made in America: Franklin Darrow's 1866 rawhide dolls' heads
      by Barbara Combatalade
    • The Mary Pickford Doll
      by Carolyn Cook
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Sweet Sue: American Character 1950s doll
      by Cris Johnson
    • The Mary Martin Paper Doll
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Travel Dolls
      by Adele Leurquin and Patsy Moyer
    • Collecting Crissy: grow-hair dolls by Ideal personify the 1970s
      by Beth Gunther
    • Meredith College: Alumnae Doll Collection
      by Brandi J. Bettis
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Classics Reborn: Dimples, Patsy, and Ginny
      by Scott Wood
    • Celebrate the Ordinary: Annie Wahl
      by Deborah Thompson
  • SPECIAL EVENTS
    • No Sure Thing: hottest picks Barbie
      by Marl Davidson
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Introductions
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Early Happy Horsman Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: A Special Mama Doll
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 24, Issue #9: November 1996
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • Recreating 19th Century Bodies: pattern for 18in French fashion lady dolls' summer waists
      by Estelle Johnston
    • A Short History of Rabery-Delphieu Production
      by Francois Theimer
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Ginny's Fashion Heritage
      by Carol Stover and Peggy Millhouse
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Steve and Angela Clark Create Still Life
      by Tracy Chirico and Scott Wood
    • Mr. Charisma: (Lewis Goldstein) The Man in the White Suit
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Home Shopping Network Celebrates 4th Annual DollFest
    • The Artists of Waltershauser:
      Vera Scholz, Jutta Kissling and Hildegard Günzel
  • SPECIAL EVENTS
    • Camelot Revisited:
      Franklin Mint issue Jackie Kennedy bride doll
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Introductions
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • American Doll Showcase: I-De-Lite: The Doll of a Lifetime
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

Volume 25, 1997: 9 ISSUES

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Volume 25, Issue #1: Dec/Jan. 1997
Page Count: 184
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUE
    • The Two Faces of Bebe Phenix
      by Francois Theimer
    • Beautiful Children:
      UFDC Convention photo essay
    • Little Mamas Send Christmas Greetings: antique postcards
      by Jeannie DiMauro
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Christmas in July
      by Madonna Dries Christensen
    • The Debut of Jill: Vogue Doll's Wardrobe
      by Laura Meisner
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Ellenbrooke Charm
      by Susanna Oroyan
    • Holiday Treasures: Christmas Dolls
    • Paper Doll of Cynthia Malbon's The Little Angel
      by Sue Shanahan
    • From Romantic Russia: Alexandra Kukinova
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Touchdown! America's Cheerleader Collection: Dallas Cowboys
    • Charleen Thanos Originals
      by Scott Wood
    • Crowne Point Studios: Alice Leverett Henderson
  • SPECIAL PROJECTS
    • Seven Doll-related decorations to make for the holidays
      by Beverly Bihn
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Introductions
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Dolls from Christmas Past
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: The Patsy Competition
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Question
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 25, Issue #2: February 1997
Page Count: 160
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUES
    • 19th Century Advertising Trade Cards
      by Diane DeBlois
    • Arctic Explorers & Dolls
      by Barbara Combatalade
    • A Mechanical Marvel: 18th Century doll house
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Huret
      by Francois Theimer
    • The Cloth Dolls of Martha Chase
      by Linda Edward
    • Knowing Antique Dolls: Heubach Figurines
      by Matrix
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Little Miss Revlon: fashion doll of the 1950s
      by Judith Izen
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Mattel Captures Disney Magic: Cruella DeVil and Belle
      by Emily Dodi
    • Cloth Creations: Jeanie Bates and Jennie Cooley
      by Scott Wood
    • NIADA: latest conference
  • SPECIAL FEATURES
    • Doll Reader Celebrates 25 Years
      by Deborah Thompson
    • A Lifetime of Collecting Dolls
      by John Axe
    • Doll Tour of France
      by Carolyn Cook
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Introductions
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Dean's Rag Book Company
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Chuckles by American Character
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Ask Nick Hill: A Lesson in Resin
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 25, Issue #3: Mar./April 1997
Page Count: 192
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUES
    • Still in their Boxes
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Tasha Tudor
      by Carolyn Cook
    • Going, Going, Gone: Sotheby's Auction of the Dina Vierny collection
      by Patricia Gosh and Janet Hollingsworth
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Ginny's Competitors
      by Judith Izen and Peggy Millhouse
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • Preview: New Dolls for 1997
    • Good-Kruger: Julie Good-Kruger
      by Scott Wood
    • Paper doll of Julie Good-Kruger's Sew Much Love
      by Sue Shanahan
    • Gene: An Inspiration
      by Virginia Cochran
    • Doll Maker's Challenge
      by Barb Spencer
    • Madame Alexander's Jacqueline
      by Beauregard Houston-Montgomery
    • Knickerbacker & Friends
      by Scott Wood
    • The Art of William Wiley
      by Nancy Wiley(sister)
    • 1996 Dolls of the Year Winners
  • SPECIAL FEATURES
    • Doll Reader Celebrates 25 Years: In 1972, DR began as a tabloid.
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • Introductions
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls:
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Pinky Winky
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Ask Nick Hill: Polymer Clay
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 25, Issue #4: May 1997
Page Count: 160
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUES
    • Ivory and Feathers: Dolls' house furniture
      by JOhn Darcy Noble
    • Paris Bebe: Anatole Danel's direct copy of Bebe Jumeau
      by Francois Theimer
    • Childhood Days: Photo essay
      by Ho Phi Le
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • The Ideal Face of the 1960s: FDR sculpture by Neil Estern
      by Cris Johnson
    • Ginny's Contemporaries
      by Peggy Millhouse and Judith Izen
    • Our 25th Anniversary Nostalgic Look Back
  • DOLL ARTISTS/MANUFACTURERS
    • New Dolls for 1997
    • Lee Middleton's Adorable Babies
      by Deborah Thompson
    • Mad About Madeline
      Eden's 8in vinyl posable doll
    • Susan Wakeen's Joyous Creations
    • Faithful Friends: Heidi Ott
      by Virginia heyerdahl
    • Sarah's Gang
  • SPECIAL FEATURES
    • The Evolution of Collecting
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Views and Perspectives
      Carolyn Cook
    • Letters
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Eye on Antiques:
      by Jan Foulke
    • For the Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Unique Provincial Dolls of France
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • American Doll Showcase: Miss America by Sayco
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Question
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Advertiser's Index
    • Classified

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Volume 25, Issue #5: Jun/July 1997
Page Count: 184
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Madame's (Alexander) Classical Ballerinas
      by Lia Sargent
    • Personality Pla-Mates & Friends
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • The Dolls of Shelburne
      by Scott Wood
    • Edison's Dollphone: 1889
      by Sandy Yearwood
    • A Remarkable Raynal Doll: French felt dolls of the 1920-30s
      by Rosemary Dent
    • The Sun Rubber Company: 1920's doll making business
      by Janet Hapner
  • ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
    • American Doll Showcase: composition portrait dolls of Madame Alexander
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • The Blushing Brides: This year's bride dolls
    • Artist Profile: Gabriele Bothen-Haek
      by Scott Wood
    • How to Join a Doll Club
      by Martha M. Martin
    • 25th Anninversary of Doll Reader
  • SPECIAL SECTION
    • Presenting the 85 DOTY Nominees for 1997
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Viewpoint:
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • The Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Sidelines
    • Doll Auctions
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Question
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Identifying Your Dolls: The Heritage of Wedding Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • Doll Events
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 25, Issue #6: August 1997
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Monika: Reflections of an Artist
      by Deborah Thompson
    • Like a Signature: Ruth Treffeisen's Dolls
    • Miss Seventeen: 1961 descendent of Bild Lilli became Louis Marx & Co.'s early Barbie competitor
      by Beauregard Houston-Montgomery
    • Faces That I Love: Photo essay of antique French character dolls
      by Ho Phi Le
    • Mysterious Origins
      by Kathy McKibbin and Isabell Aldridge
  • ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
    • Doll Scene: Seymour Mann, Mattel's Barbie, and Pittsburgh Originals
    • Santa Fe Doll Art Show
    • Artist Profile: (Sandi McAslan's) Not Just Another Pretty Face
      by Bob Wood
    • American Doll Showcase: Early Effanbee baby dolls from 1910 to 1912
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • 25th Anniversary of doll Reader
    • New Jersey's Hidden Treasures: The Morris Museum
      by Linda Edward
  • SPECIAL REPORT
    • Eloise Wilkin & Baby Dear
      by Carol Stover and Judith Izen
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Viewpoint:
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Doll Auctions
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Question
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Identifying Your Dolls: The Heritage of Wedding Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • Doll Events
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 25, Issue #7: September 1997
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • The French Ladies of Fashion
      by Estelle Johnston
    • Getting to Know Zwergnase: German doll company
      by Scott Wood
    • Sixty Years of Gerber Baby Dolls
      by Scott Wood
    • Fairies, Fantasy & Froud: Wendy Froud
      by Scott Wood
    • Kämmer & Reinhardt Character Dolls
      by Kurt W. Palka
  • ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
    • Back In the Saddle Again: The Terri Lee Gene Autry doll
      by Peggy Wiedman Casper
    • The Baseball Kids: 1930's, the Doll Lady of Atherton
      by Isabell Aldridge
    • 25th Anniversary of Doll Reader
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Viewpoint:
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Doll Auctions
    • American Doll Showcase: Unique Deanna Durbin Dolls
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Question
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Doll Events
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 25, Issue #8: October 1997
Page Count: 192
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Keeping Company with Helen Kish
      by Scott Wood
    • The Original Ponytail Barbie
      by Patricia Long
    • Dream Dolls from Gotz
      by Mary Graff
    • Composition Judy Garland Dolls
      by Edward R. Pardella
    • Marion Kaulitz: The Forgotten Doll Artist
      by Dorothy S. and Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • The Heart of the House
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Yvonne Hoogesteger-Flipse Creates Dancing Micechildren
      by Scott Wood
    • The Hessa Dolls of Schalkau
      by Charlotte Raftery
    • Paper Doll fo Helen Kish's Anne
      by Sue Shanahan
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Bottletot, Happy Tot, Toddletot
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Viewpoint: Publisher's Note
      David L. Miller
    • Reader Mail
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Doll Auctions
    • Sidelines
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Polymer Clay Revisited
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • 20th Century Clues
      by Cathie Clark
    • Identifying Your Dolls: The Heritage of Wedding Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 25, Issue #9: November 1997
Page Count: 200
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Not Taking It Too Easy: Virginia Turner
      by Scott Wood
    • Mm Mm Good: The Campbell Kids
      by Scott Wood
    • Mary Hartline Continues to Lead the Band
      by Carol Stover
    • Mind Your "P's" & "Q's": 1820s Rare Toy
      by John Darcy Noble
    • The Best of Both Worlds: Collectibles Companies
      by Mary Graff
    • Portraits of an Artist's Life: Beatrice Perini
      by Scott Wood
    • Paper Doll of Beatrice Perini's Tommaso
      by Sue Shanahan
    • Decades of Dreaming: Barbie
      by Mary Graff
    • The Friendship Dolls
      by Shirlee Funk
    • A Lauth-Sand Doll: Unique WWI Cloth Doll
      by Dorothy & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • The Charm of Nippon Baby Dolls: Japanese Bisque dolls
      by Peggy Armstrong
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase:
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Viewpoint:
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Doll Auctions
    • Sidelines
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Polymer Clay Revisited
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

Volume 26, 1998: 9 ISSUES

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Volume 26, Issue #1: Dec/Jan. 1998
Page Count: 208
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Living Dolls: Maryanne Oldenburg
      by Scott Wood
    • Holiday Magic
    • Those Mysterious and Magical Swaddlings: long-forgotten custom preserved with dolls
      by John Darcy Noble
    • The Lovers by Peynet
      by Christine Jeffery
    • Crying Baby Dolls: 1851 World Exposition in London
      by Dorothy S. & Evelyn Jane Coleman
    • The Wonderful Wizard: Norma DeCapmps legendary creations
      by Suzanne Pollitt Smith and Teresa Dianne Smith
    • To Have and to Hold: Photo essay
      48th UFDC convention
    • NIADA Convention 1997
    • Fanciful Christmas Creations for Dolls: Five new accessories for you to create
      by Beverly Bihn
    • Sailor Moon: Japanese Toy Market
      by Futaba Nakamura
    • Li'l Imp by Vogue Doll Company
      by Judith Izen
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Baby Mine by Ideal
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Introductions
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Doll Auctions
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Rare Celebrity Dolls
      by Polly & Pam Judd
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 26, Issue #2: February 1998
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Signed: Titus Tomescu
      by Bob Roberts
    • DOTY, the 1997 Public's Choices
    • Recognizing Rare Toni dolls
      by Lyn DeBeer
    • Dolls At Work
      by Kurt Palka
    • My 20 Years with Mattel
      by Martha Armstrong-Hand
    • Kingstate Stands for Value
      by Javier Martinez
    • Stand-Ins For Gentlemen
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Make New Dresses for Toni
      by Nancy Sanderson
    • Mattel's Shining Stars for 1998
    • Taming Mohair: cleaning and restoration of mohair wigs
      by Peggy Millhouse
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Tut-Ankh-Amen Dolls and Toys
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Treating Doll Problems with Care
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Geographical Index
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 26, Issue #3: Mar./April 1998
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Himstedt on Himstedt
      by Scott Wood
    • Designs On Gene: Young Designers of America Competition
      by Virginia Cochran
    • The Merry Widow in Three Acts: Lawton Doll Company
    • New Dolls for 1998
    • Remember Me: Photo essay of antique dolls
      by Ho Phi Le
    • Cottage Collectibles from Ganz
      by Kent Cassner
    • Elegance From the Franklin Mint
    • Make-over Magic: How to re-do less-than-perfect dolls
      by Bruce Allen DeArmond
    • The Faces of Schoenau & Hoffmeister
      by Matrix
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Snoozie, a new Yawning Baby by Ideal
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Doll Auctions
      by Eleanor Mauck
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 26, Issue #4: May 1998
Page Count: 192
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • At Home With Richard Simmons: new line of dolls for L.L. Knickerbocker
      by Deborah Thompson
    • Kish & Company: Helen Kish
    • Robert Tonner Presents New Dolls: high fashion and fun
    • Squeaking Toys for Tinies
      by John Darcy Noble
    • The Revlon Doll: An ideal doll from Ideal!
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Announcing the 80 DOTY Nominees for 1998
    • Kathe Kruse: Rebel with a Tender Heart
      by Kurt W. Palka
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Horsman World War I
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Doll Auctions
      by Eleanor Mauck
    • Computer Collecting:
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Identifying Your Dolls: Dolls tell stories of Old New Orleans
      by Polly and Pam Judd
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Sidelines
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 26, Issue #5: Jun/July 1998
Page Count: 200
Cowles(Cumberland) becomes owned by Primedia Inc.
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Classic Brides: antique to modern
    • Perfect Ladies: unmarked parians
      by Constance King
    • Susan Krey Fashions: A new direction
      by Scott Wood
    • Affordable Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • Modern Dolls From Both Sides of the Atlantic
      by Carol Stover
    • Milady, Your Carriage Awaits: early conveyance collection
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Personality Plus: Artist Maja Bill-Buchwalder
      by Scott Wood
    • Daddy's Long Legs
    • Update '98: New dolls
    • Do You Know Me?: Mystery doll
      by Isabell Aldridge
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Snookums, a perennially popular cartoon
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Doll Auctions
      by Eleanor Mauck
    • Identifying Your Dolls: The Regal Doll Manufacturing Co.
      by Polly and Pam Judd
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Sidelines
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 26, Issue #6: August 1998
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Happiness Time: Phyllis Parkins, pioneer doll artist
      by Scott Wood
    • Crissy's Fashion Boutique Outfits
      by Judith Izen and Susan Mobley
    • What a Story! Great American Doll Company lives up to its name
      by Scott Wood
    • In the Heart of Summer: photo essay antique dolls
      by Ho Phi Le
    • By the Light of the Moon: Artists Paul Crees and Peter Coe collaborate with author Anne Rice
      by Susan Hedrick
    • Bisque in Motion: Heubach's rare figurines
      by Matrix
    • I Remember Madame: tribute to the "First Lady of Dolls"
    • A Pair From "La Belle Epoque": elegant bisque dolls
      by John Darcy Noble
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: A popular Ideal baby with rubber limbs
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Doll Auctions
      by Eleanor Mauck
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 26, Issue #7: September 1998
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • French Dolls for Pampered Children: photo essay from Welser Puppenwelt Museum, Austria
      by Kurt W. Palka
    • Dolls Out of Time: Lynne and Michael Roche's creations
      by Scott Wood
    • A Most Superior Doll Maker: Lucy Peck
      by Constance King
    • Wood-Bodied China Dolls
      by John Darcy Noble
    • Kimberly by Tomy: playdoll of the 1980s
      by Judith Izen
    • Making People Happy: Sandra Bilotto
      by Scott Wood
    • The Magic of Santa Fe
    • Storybook Dolls
    • Paper Doll of Cynthia Malbon's Alice
      by Sue Shanahan
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: More Early Advertising Dolls by E.I. Horsman, Inc.
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Doll Auctions
      by Eleanor Mauck
    • Identifying Your Dolls: The Dolls of Hong Kong
      by Polly and Pam Judd
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Sidelines
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 26, Issue #8: October 1998
Page Count: 184
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Wrapped Up in Cloth: Cloth dolls by today's top artists
    • Lenci, A Fantasy in Felt
      by Nancy Lazenby
    • Sensations: Maggie Iacono fashions award-winning felt dolls
      by Scott Wood
    • Maggie Iacono's Gabriella Paper Doll
      by Sue Shanahan
    • DOTY, the 1998 Public's Choice Awards
    • The Colors of Autumn: Photo essay of Beautiful French and German dolls
      by Ho Phi Le
    • The Dolls of Norah Wellings
      by Constance King
    • Little Women Take to the Stage: Madame Alexander's play dolls make Shakespeare fun
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Sis Hopkins and Sis
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 26, Issue #9: November 1998
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Better Than Ever! Mattel's Chatty Cathy
      by Mark Mazzetti
    • Queen: Madame Alexander's Queen Elizabeth dolls
      by Lia Sargent
    • Doll Masters of Germany: J.D. Kestner
      by Kurt W. Palka
    • Collectible Concepts Makes History: antique reproductions
      by Kathleen Ryan
    • Fashion Dolls Hit the Runway
    • Horsman's Peterkin: unique composition dolls
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Walt Disney World Convention
    • Home Shopping Network's Festival of Dolls
      by Mary Graff
    • Joke Grobben Wins a World of Collectors: Dutch artist
      by Scott Wood
    • Hitty Approaches the Millennium: 6 1/2in wooden doll, nearly 200 years old
      by virginia Ann Heyerdahl
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: The Bye-Lo Baby Competition
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

Volume 27, 1999: 9 ISSUES

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Volume 27, Issue #1: Dec/Jan. 1999
Page Count: 176
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Yuletide Treasures: New holiday dolls
    • Nickname Heloise: French artist
      by Scott Wood
    • Seeing Double, a Case of Duplication and Similarities
      by Matrix
    • A Collector's Lucky Find: WWII era cloth doll treasure
      by Peggy Wiedman Casper
    • Christmas Memories: Magazine advertisements
      by Jeannie DiMauro
    • The Cabbage Patch
      by Mary Graff
    • Holiday Enchantments: create six new holiday decorations designed for dolls
      by Beverly Bihn
    • Uncle Clem, Raggedy Ann's Collectible Relative
      by Andrew Tabbat
    • Alegance and Charm: New Barbie dolls
    • Make-up Dolls by Vogue
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Kiddie Pal Dollies by Regal
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Doll Auctions
      by Eleanor Mauck
    • Computer Collecting:
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Sidelines
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 27, Issue #2: February 1999
Page Count: 152
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Forty Fabulous Years of Barbie
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Child Star Shines On: Shirley Temple dolls
      by Rosemary Dent
    • Shirley Temple...Sew Cute: basic dress pattern for 16in Shirley Temple Doll
      by Nancy Sanderson
    • Sneak Peak 1999
    • Marie Calling: Marie Osmond directs musical theatre dolls
      by Scott Wood
    • From Germany with Love: Karin Schmidt's creations
      by Ursula Driskell
    • Coiffure Heads: Papier-Mâché dolls of the 1820s
      by Constance King
    • Home Shopping Network celebrates doll artists month: January
    • Making Memories: Martha and Kent Melton bring back Marcella and Raddegy Ann
      by Scott Wood
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Mysterious Sunny Orange Maid Dolls by Louis Amberg & Son
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Doll Auctions
      by Eleanor Mauck
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Ask Nick Hill: Frequently Asked Questions
      by Nicholas J. Hill
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 27, Issue #3: Mar./April 1999
Page Count: 168
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Under Her Spell: Hildegard Günzel's collection
      by Deborah Thompson
    • Fairy Tales Do Come True: Reva Schick at Lee Middleton Dolls
      by Sallie Goetgeluck
    • The Root of the Matter: Doll coiffure
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Creating a Legacy with Seymour Mann
      by Mary Graff
    • Boudoirs: Dolls for the Fashionable
      by Constance King
    • What's New? 1999
    • Celebrate the Century!: New Ginny Dolls
    • Teaching Values at the Family Company
      by Mary Graff
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: E.I. Horsman's Dolly Rosebud
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Doll Auctions
      by Eleanor Mauck
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Sidelines
    • Club Scene
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 27, Issue #4: May 1999
Page Count: 144
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • A Mother's Day Tribute: Home Shopping Network's Fifth Annual Mother's Day Doll Event
      by Mary Graff
    • Talking with Tonner: Robert Tonner reveals inspirations
      by Mary Graff
    • Perfection by Perotti: wax dolls
      by Constance King
    • Baby Peggy Treasures
      by Carol J. Stover
    • Reflections of Vera Scholz
      by Mary Graff
    • Announcing the 80 DOTY Industry's Choices for 1999
    • IDEX begins new doll season
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Arranbee Dolls
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Club Scene
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 27, Issue #5: Jun/July 1999
Page Count: 160
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Designing Woman: Julie Good-Krüger
      by Mary Graff
    • Quiet Eyes: photo essay
      by Ho Phi Le
    • Meet the Mod British Birds: Daisy Field and Willow Somers
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Drawing on Memories: Pauline Bjonness-Jacobsen
      by Scott Wood
    • A Final Farewell From Philip Heath
    • Tiny Treasures: dolls 10in and under
    • Effanbee's Ravishing Redheads
      by Don Jensen
    • Dressing Patsy: Sew your own dress for Effanbee's 14in playmate
      by Nancy Sanderson
    • Like Clockwork: Schuco figures of the 1920s and '30s
      by Constance King
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Toodles, a new rubber doll by American Character
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Doll Auctions
      by Eleanor Mauck
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Club Scene
    • Collector's Report
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 27, Issue #6: August 1999
Page Count: 144
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • The Storyteller: Emily Garthright
      by Mary Graff
    • Mint Condition: Franklin Mint collector doll
    • Terri Lee, the Baby Boomers' Baby
      by Peggy Casper
    • Treasures from the Tyrol: wooden dolls in the Austrian Tyrol named for their region - the Grödnertal
      by Constance King
    • When Opportunity Knocks: Laura Cobabe
      by Mary Graff
    • Post Cards from Peynet: dolls based on Raymond Peynet's cartoon characters served as subjects for post cards
      by Anneke Husecken
    • Chapter & Verse: Fictional characters inspire new dolls
    • A First Lady's Doll: English wax doll
      by Kristel Delp Tomlinson
    • Reflections in Fantasy: Sherry Housley
      by Linda White-Francis
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Two Unusual Mama Dolls Produced by the Averill Company
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Sidelines
    • Club Scene
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 27, Issue #7: September 1999
Page Count: 136
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • A Material World: Linda Murray's realism through cloth
      by Mary Graff
    • A Star is Born: history of fashion dolls begins with Cissy
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Gene Gems
    • The Mary Hoyer Doll: popular play dolls of the 1940s and 1950s make a comeback
      by Virginia Ann Heyerdahl
    • Madame La Parisienne: French fashion dolls
      by Constance King
    • Sentimental Journey: Collectible Concepts Corporation's new reproduction doll line
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase:
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Doll Auctions
    • Collector's Report
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 27, Issue #8: October 1999
Page Count: 160
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Baby Bundles: baby doll creations
    • English Elegance: Angela and John Barker
      by Mary Graff
    • What's in a Name? identify Ideal's Plassie and Baby Coos
      by Judith Izen, Ellen Cahill, and Debra Fouch
    • The World According to Zapf
      by Mary Graff
    • Double Talk: Ventriloquist Dolls
      by Constance King
    • Staying Power: Ruth Treffeisen's popularity
      by Scott Wood
    • DOTY Public Choice Award Winners for 1999
    • Porcelian by Mundia: French company's bisque dolls
    • And the Award Goes To...: Home Shopping Network will host its own awards - the Blue Ribbon Event
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Baby Georgene by Georgene Novelties, Inc.
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Club Scene
    • Sidelines
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 27, Issue #9: November 1999
Page Count: 144
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Fashion Focus
    • Experts Pick Favorites
    • Barbie: A Fashion Icon
    • Talk of the Town!: Tyler Wentworth's newest fashions and sew a Tyler outfit designed exclusively for Doll Reader by Robert Tonner
    • Gene's Hollywood Connection: Lynne Day, Ashton-Drake's new Gene costume designer
      by Mary Graff
    • What Ever Happened to Darci? 1970s fashion doll star
      by Grace Simms
    • Forty Years of America...with Barbie!
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • The Fashion Queen: Doll makers celebrate fashions of Diana, Princess of Wales
    • Something About Cissy: Madame Alexander's creation
      by Joseph A. Carrillo
    • Doll Fest '99: Home Shopping Network
    • Fashion Parade: Play dress-up with these doll favorites
    • Psyche Chooses a Summer Wardrobe: Paper dolls present a fashion plate version of 19th century dolls
      by Constance King
  • FEATURE DEPARTMENTS
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Horsman's Hebee-Shebees
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

Volume 28, 2000: 9 ISSUES

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Volume 28, Issue #1: Dec/Jan. 2000
Page Count: 160
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • The Evelyn Way Kendall Collection: Sotheby's auction
      by Andrew Leston
    • Readers Pick Top 100 Dolls of All Time
    • Star Spotlight: Franklin Mint's vinyl celebrity dolls
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • Sister Act: Judy Rankine and Dianne Sims found Jessie Bishop Dolls
      by Mary Graff
    • 'Tis the Season: Artists and manufacturers gallery
    • Christmas Fairy Tales: Historical overview of Christmas tree angels and fairies
      by Constance King
    • Heather's Children: Canadian artist Heather Maciak
      by Greg Williams
    • Best Foot Forward: make your own doll shoes
      by Hal Aronow-Theil
    • O Holy Night: June Prescott Kibbe celebrates Neapolitan presepio
      by Dorothy A. McGonagle
    • A Season for Celebration: Home Shopping Network
    • Christmas Time Doll Vignettes: Make your own fast and easy doll decorations
      by Beverly Bihn
    • The Buschek Collection: Dr. Karl Buschek 19th century Austria collection auctioned by Christie's
      by Olivia Bristol
    • UFDC 50th Anniversary Convention
    • NIADA Conference
  • IN EVERY ISSUE
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Two babies named Buttercup
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 28, Issue #2: February 2000
Page Count: 120
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUES
    • From a Soldier Far Away: Soldier dolls
      by Constance King
    • Dolls of the Century: The most influential dolls of the 1900-1910 period
      by Jan Foulke
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Thumbelina: The Baby Doll That Moved!
      by Judith Izen
  • MANUFACTURERS/ARTISTS
    • 'Swonderful: Lee Middleton Roginal Dolls's new play doll line. Small Wonder
      by Mary Graff
    • Y2K Preview: Doll makers present their creations for 2000
    • Sheen Easton's Fantasy Creations: Singer designs limited edition collector dolls for Seymour Mann Doll Company
      by Deborah Thompson
    • Children at Heart: Käthe Kruse dolls
      by Mary Graff
    • Be Mine: Artists and manufacturers present variations on a romantic theme
    • Birth of a Star Maiden: artist's diary of the doll making process
      by Helen Kish
  • IN EVERY ISSUE
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Effanbee's Walking Mammy Doll and other pulltoys
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Doll Auctions
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 28, Issue #3: Mar./April 2000
Page Count: 128
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUES
    • The Romance, part 1: serialized story
      by Michael Canadas, David Robinson, and Janet Hollingsworth
    • Dolls of the Century, part 2: The most influential dolls of the 1910-1919 period
      by Jan Foulke
    • Art in Porcelain: Victorian era elegant and sophisticated figures
      by Constance King
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Tressed Out!: Tressy's hair makes her a queen
      by Debby Lynn Davis
  • MANUFACTURERS/ARTISTS
    • It's in the Genes! Gene's new ensembles for 2000
      by
    • All About Eve: Susan Wakeen celebrates 15 years with a new fashion doll
      by Mary Graff
    • New For You! An overview of new dolls for 2000
    • Dream Dolls: German doll company Engel-Puppen
  • IN EVERY ISSUE
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Horsman's Suck-A-Thumb and Two Molded Cap Dolls
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Doll Forum
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 28, Issue #4: May 2000
Page Count: 128
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUES
    • Wooden Treasures: Evelyn Kendall's 18th century wooden dolls
      by Andrew Leston
    • Simon and Halbig Ladies: German porcelain maker consistently produced some of the finest work of their time
      by Constance King
    • The Romance, part 2: serialized story on the life of Lillian Dal Monte
      by Michael Canadas and David Robinson
    • Dolls of the Century, part 3: The most influential dolls of the 1920-1929 period
      by Jan Foulke
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Little Annie Rooney: beloved character comes to life
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • In Search of Peynets: Paris treasures
      by Glenn A. Mandeville
    • From Super Heroes to Goddesses: Mattel's 2000 Barbie collection
  • MANUFACTURERS/ARTISTS
    • Making Time to Play: Annette Himstedt
      by Marianne Clay
    • Motherhood: a tribute
    • Soul Catchers: Lisa Lichtenfels makes masterpieces in cloth
      by LInda White-Francis
    • 90 Years of Effanbee
  • IN EVERY ISSUE
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: E.I. Horsman's Gold Medal Babies
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 28, Issue #5: Jun/July 2000
Page Count: 144
new editor Myrna Lippman Rubenstein
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUES
    • Celebrity Portrait Dolls
      by Constance King
    • Tour Europe with a Doll Itinerary
      by Kurt Palka
    • The Romance, part 3: serialized story on the life of Lillian Dal Monte
      by Michael Canadas and David Robinson
    • Dolls of the Century, part 4: The most influential dolls of the 1930-1939 period
      by Peggy Wiedman Casper
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Celebrity Dolls
    • DOTY Public's Choice: vote for your favorite
    • Viva La Virga! Playmates by Virga Woo Collectors
      by Carol Stover
  • MANUFACTURERS/ARTISTS
    • Sense and Sensibility: Rotraud Schrott's dolls
      by Mary Graff
    • Dummy Company: Jerry Mahoney fueled the Juro Doll Company
      by Mike Clark
  • IN EVERY ISSUE
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Make 4th of July another Christmas
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Myrna Lippman Rubenstein
    • Reader Mail
    • Doll Forum
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 28, Issue #6: August 2000
Page Count: 128
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUES
    • Sounds of Music: Early musical dolls raise a ruckus
      by Constance King
    • The Romance, part 4: serialized story on the life of Lillian Dal Monte
      by Michael Canadas and David Robinson
    • The Dolls of Morimura Brothers: World War I Japanese businessmen rush to fill a void
      by Linda Lau
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Ideal's Harmony: music makin' doll
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • The Glamourous World of Dawn: 1960's fad doll
      by Benita Schwartz
    • Dolls of the Century, part 5: The most influential dolls of the 1940-1949 period
      by Judith Izen
  • MANUFACTURERS/ARTISTS
    • Zapf's Seven Wonders: Zapf Creation
      by Myrna L. Rubenstein
    • Touching Our Hearts: Cindy McClure debuts
      by Heather Meledin
    • Get the Message! brand name dolls
      by Heather Meledin
    • The Circle of Friends: Home Shopping Network
  • IN EVERY ISSUE
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: The three faces of Averill's Lullabye Baby
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Myrna Lippman Rubenstein
    • Reader Mail
    • Auction Report
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 28, Issue #7: September 2000
Page Count: 128
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUES
    • Babies From Faraway Places: Young foreign faces charm Europe's children
      by Constance King
    • The Romance, part 5: serialized story on the life of Lillian Dal Monte
      by Michael Canadas and David Robinson
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • The Beauty of Cultural Diversity
    • Accessories Add to Fashion Fun: fashion dolls
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
    • The Little Debutante...Madame Alexander's Cissette: petite beauty
      by Benita Schwartz
    • Dolls of the Century, part 6: The most influential dolls of the 1950-1959 period
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • MANUFACTURERS/ARTISTS
    • A Blue Ribbon Event: Home Shopping Network
    • The Alexander Doll Company- the Legacy Continues: Madame Alexander mystique
      by Heather Meledin
    • Primitive Portraits: American folk art lives in Susan Fosnot's cloth dolls
      by Beth Copeland Vargo
  • IN EVERY ISSUE
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Identifying Unmarked Dolls
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Focus on Fashion: What is a fashion doll?
      by Beth Owens
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Myrna Lippman Rubenstein
    • Reader Mail
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 28, Issue #8: October 2000
Page Count: 136
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUES
    • S.F.B.J.- the Amalgamation of Doll Makers That Made an Impact: French toy industry
      by Constance King
    • The Romance, part 6: serialized story on the life of Lillian Dal Monte
      by Michael Canadas and David Robinson
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • Horsman Cindy Has a Hold on the Fashion Doll World
      by Susan Mobley
    • Dolls of the Century, part 7: The most influential dolls of the 1960-1969 period
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • MANUFACTURERS/ARTISTS
    • At First, the Infant: artist Linda Webb
      by Heather Meledin
    • Young at Heart: The faces of children bring fond thoughts to mind
    • Bangwell Putt: A Portrait from History: Doll artist Wendy Lawton
      by Elizabeth McKelvey
    • Introducing the Recipients of the 2000 DOTY Public's Choice Awards
    • Oh Baby!
      by Heather Meledin
    • Doll Fest 2000: Home Shopping Network
  • IN EVERY ISSUE
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Comparison study of for Oriental Babies
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Focus on Fashion: A Fashionable Solution
      by Beth Owens
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Sidelines
    • CIB Secondary Market Prices
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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Volume 28, Issue #9: November 2000
Page Count: 144
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • ANTIQUES
    • Fashion Dolls in the Kendall Collection: Auction
      by Constance King
    • Tour Europe With a Doll Itinerary: The Dolls in the Mountain (Salzburg)
      by Kurt Palka
  • COLLECTIBLE/MODERN
    • The Ponytail Barbie Doll- A Work in Progress: Early Barbie
      by Joe Blitman
    • Vogue's 1950s Ginny: The Path to Perfection, Part I
      by Carol J. Stover
    • Dolls of the Century, part 8: The 1970s
      by Jan Fennick
  • MANUFACTURERS/ARTISTS
    • She's Got Style: fashion show
      by A. Glenn Mandeville and Beth Owens
    • Beauty, Talent and Temper- Madra Lord: temperamental Hollywood queen holds court in fashion doll world
      by Nicholas P. Sherman
    • Dawn Returns: diminutive fashion doll is back!
      by Myrna L. Rubenstein
    • Win Two Signed Alexandra Fairchild Ford Dolls!- contest for fashion doll aficionados
    • Amazing Fashion Doll Makeovers: Creativity and passion go into redesigns
      by Jim Faraone
    • A Doll Celebration!: Home Shopping Networks(HSN) Doll Artist Anniversary features six doll artists
  • IN EVERY ISSUE
    • Doll Scene
    • Out & About
      by Deborah Adam Thompson
    • Guide to Antique Dolls
      by Jan Foulke
    • American Doll Showcase: Ideal Walking Dolls of the Early 1920s
      by Ursula R. Mertz
    • Focus on Fashion: Having it All- A Mission Impossible?
      by Beth Owens
    • Antique Q&A
      by Jan Foulke
    • Compo Corner
      by Patricia N. Schoonmaker
    • Curious Collector
      by A. Glenn Mandeville
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Note
      Deborah Thompson
    • Reader Mail
    • Calendar
    • Classified Ads
    • Advertiser's Index

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