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Historic Doll Fashions
 
 
 
Early American Girls
Early American Girls
The Pilgrim and Colonial girls lived in an exciting time as a New World was settled.
Girls of the Trails and the Prairie
Girls of the Trails and the Prairie
The Santa Fe Trail and the Homestead Act brought together Native Americans, Mexicans who had been settled in the West and the new Pioneers.
Girls of the Depression & Dust Bowl
Girls of the Depression & Dust Bowl
The Dirty Thirties were tough times for everyone. Money was scarce so clothing was made from colorfully printed feedsacks.
The Homefront & World War II
The Homefront & World War II
The War Production Board published strict standards on how much fabric could be used in a dress. Full skirts and puffy sleeves were out for the duration of the war.
Peace & Love in the 1970's
Peace & Love in the 1970's
The hippie culture influenced fashions in the 70's with flower power, tie dye, ethnic prints and bell bottom jeans.
Patriotic Parade
Patriotic Parade
Red, white and blue never goes out of style with many decades represented here.
Going Global
Going Global
History is happening right now! With fast travel and the Internet, the world is a smaller place. People are making homes in new countries with traditions, food and clothing being shared by all.
Oodles of Poodles
Oodles of Poodles
Poodle skirts were popular in the late 1950's. Poodles weren't the only design featured. In fact, the first "poodle" skirt was a Christmas tree design. Poodle skirts with long or short sleeve t-shirts are $25.00 including a pair of saddle oxfords. They are $30 with a sweater instead of a shirt. Shipping and tax are extra.
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