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This lovely Papier mache doll below is one of Edyth O'Neill's beauties, the picture is an auction photo. Edyth says, "Amy came from the Merritt museum auction with a little museum tag in her apron pocket with the name "Amy" written there. She is a German made doll, of the Greiner period, and was one of my favorites in this musem where I visited her many times over years."
Below is a slideshow of wonderful creations made by group members. I am amazed! I can see what a Columbian dollmight have looked like before it aged over 100 years. Artis Corwin did a whole GROUP of Columbians. I am in awe! ~ Dixie
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