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Long Lost Barbie (3/18/08)
I was a tomboy growing up and as far as I can remember didn’t play with any dolls except for one brand. Barbie! Climbing walls and pushing supermarket carts down the long corridor adjacent to our apartment building held more thrills than playing house. Maybe that had to do with the fact that our house wasn’t the ideal of what a nice family of the 1960′s ought to be. My parents were hippies! More >>


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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