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Dolls

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Doll Oral History Project collection

 Collection — Box 1-8: [Doll Oral History Project collection]
Identifier: 1987.doll
Abstract The Doll Oral History Project collection is a compilation of oral history audio cassettes, transcripts, photographs, reports, and other documentation on this project from Summer/Fall 1987, administered by Dorothy Washburn for the Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum. Oral history interview transcripts (along with associated indexes) were digitized in 2019 and are available to access digitally through ...

GUND, Inc. records

 Collection — Box 1-38: [GUND, Inc. records]
Identifier: 115.915
Abstract The GUND, Inc. records are a compilation of historic business records from GUND, Inc. The bulk of the materials are dated between 1942 and 1969, and again from 1984-1998.

Marion and King Marzolf puppet collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 117.10926
Abstract The Marion and King Marzolf puppet collection is a compilation of ephemera, research, and original information relating to the puppetry hobby of Marion and King Marzolf. The bulk of the materials are from the 1950s-1960s and 2017.

“My Family” handmade book

 Item — Box Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 107.86
Abstract This handmade booklet contains about 30 sheets of ruled writing paper, 5 inches by 8 inches, and covers of brown/pink construction paper. Front cover has applied letters of black paper that spell out "My Family." Booklet is bound at top by white cotton string. Within these pages, Ann French handwrote detailed descriptions about her dolls, including Helen, Mary Adele, Susan, Sunny, Patsy Ann, Kathleen, Patsykin, Raggedy Ann, Joy, Shirley Jane, Emilie, and Karen Christina Sophia. The text...

Patricia A. Biasuzzi papers

 Collection — Box 1: [Patricia Biasuzzi papers]
Identifier: 116.9033
Overview The Patricia A. Biasuzzi papers contain materials related to toy designer Patricia A. Biasuzzi, her designs, and play memories. The documentation for materials in this collection was created in 2016, though the papers feature Biasuzzi’s childhood from 1946-1956 and toy design career between 1977 and 1994.

Scrapbook of clippings on dolls

 Item — Box Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 2018.scrap
Abstract This scrapbook about dolls was made by an unidentified creator using magazine and newspaper clippings from 1939-1940 in the Boston, Massachusetts area. Topics cover antique shows, doll collectors, doll theft ("Sally Simmons"), dolls' clothing, portrait dolls, miniatures for dolls' houses, puppets, and more. Magazines clipped include Vogue, Life, and the Saturday Evening Post.

Stefanie Eskander papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 118.8603
Abstract The Stefanie Eskander papers are a compilation of concept sketches, presentation drawings, and other artwork for dolls, toys, and games created by Eskander for various toy companies. The bulk of the materials are from the 1990s.

Women in Toys (WIT) collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2017.WIT
Abstract The Women in Toys (WIT) collection is an ongoing compilation of materials from members of the WIT Emeritus Program, established in 2016. Archival materials include design documentation, photographs, narratives, ephemera, and more. The bulk of this collection is dated between 1983 and 2016.