doll talk: 'foreign folk dolls'

i'm always looking for vintage doll books, doll magazines and such...since i make dolls myself. i picked this one up because i found it so interesting to see the traditional style dolls from areas around the world, and the materials they are made of. when perusing used book stores and such, these little pamphlets can sometimes hold hidden gems on the topic of whatever catches your fancy at the moment...so i never discredit their value.

doll talk: vol. 4, no. 4; sept. - oct. 1941
'foreign folk dolls'
kimport dolls independence, mo

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