Entrance to public day did not only include the sales room but also displays of antique dolls and artisans! The first room we visited was called “Antique Dolls with wardrobes”. This room held dolls from about 1830s to 1912 with wardrobes bigger than most people have then or now!
Then I made the acquaintance of this lady who was the star of a Sanitary fair with her beautiful wardrobe.
These tiny ladies had huge wardrobes! I cant even fathom sewing those tiny garments.
Here are a few other ladies that had wonderful closets, some I wish would share with me!
Just wait until the next post about the exhibit on Tasha Tudor and her doll friends!