Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 26, 1958 · Page 37
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 37

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Sunday, January 26, 1958
Page 37
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRAE BOIL Mrs. Victor Early, 130 W. Linden avenue, is shown with a 65-year-old doll belonging to Mr. Early's aunt, Mrs. Lottie Moore. Mrs. Carl Richter, 206 E. Miami avenue is pictured with her 25-year-old doll. Mrs. Mable Ray, 1233 College street, is holding a 54-year-old doll which has a china head and a "kid" body. What happens to childhood dolls? Some are broken and discarded — some given away, while others are treasured through many years of life as those shown on this page. Mrs. F. Evert Wolfe, 1113 High street, and her eight-year-old daughter are posed with a "bye-lo-baby doll" that is 30 years old. It has a china head, and closely resembles a new born baby. Mrs. Esta Hartman, Macy, is pictured with her Christmas doll of 71 years, ago. Mrs. Marjorie Osborn, 116 W. Miami avenue, is holding a 79-year-old doll which belonged to her grand- iather, while Mrs. Osborn'g daughter holds a 23-year-old dolL Mrs. Ethel Hildebrand, 500 Franklin street, sits beside her china closet, which contains, among others, doll* from foreign countries and hand made dolls. t

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