How much is that dolly in the window?

December 1992
Yankee;Dec92, Vol. 56 Issue 12, p31
Reports on the value of the little felt dolls with whimsical faces made by Annalee Thorndike of Meredith, New Hampshire. How Thorndike's doll-making business has grown; Recent auction prices of some of her dolls.


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