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There’s A New Boy in Town, Ken Carson (3/3/08)
Here are a couple examples of Ken™. Ken™ on the left is from 1962 and the one on the far right is one of the firsts from 1961.  Behind them are Alan™ (left) and Ken™ (right) from the 1991 Midge Wedding Set.Barbie™ was introduced to us in 1959, but what about her boyfriend Ken™ – full name, Ken Carson? More >>


The American Girl Doll (2/26/08)
American Girl dollCollecting dolls is a popular pastime among females young and old. From Raggedy Ann to Barbie, dolls are a part of growing up and often remain a part of the home through collections. A doll that has really made a splash in the media recently is the American Girl Doll. More >>


Barbie’s™ First Pet (2/19/08)
Dog n Duds & Accessories1964 was a good year for Barbie™. There were many exciting changes and there were a few new faces added. Among these was a set called “Dog ‘n Duds” (stock #1613) More >>


Barbie™ ~ Looking Good at “49″ ! (2/6/08)
Here you can see a large assortment of different Barbie(tm) Dolls, friend and family.Barbie™ gives a new meaning to the saying’ “You’ve come a long way baby.” 2008 marks 49 years since her first public showing at the New York Toy Fair. The Barbie™ doll has delighted children and collectors for many years. There are young and old Barbie™ fans not just in our country, but all over the world. So who is responsible for such an infamous doll? More >>


Action Figures (1/28/08)
Early action figures depicted popular television western heroes from the 1950s and were produced by Hartland. Louis Marx also included … More >>


Barbie (1/26/08)
The first Barbie fashion dolls, patented by Mattel in 1958, arrived on toy store shelves in 1959. By 1960, Barbie … More >>


Coming of Age: Toys in Early America (7/31/07)
A drawing of a largely unclothed Indian girl with her new doll.American toys actually predate recorded history. American Indian children played with the smaller versions of their parents’ items, right down … More >>


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