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So Happy for 2021!

January 2021 Newsletter

So, yeah, very happy that we are done with 2020 and looking so forward to 2021. We do have a few online events scheduled but now that there is a vaccine available, I am sure you will agree, there is no reason not to get back to normal soon.

Wishing you all a very Happy and Prosperous New Year!

Showcase Featured Event and
Invite you to Join us for our
Valentine Showcase Event

Friday, January 22nd, 8:00 AM (PST) thru
Monday, January 25th, 2021, 8:00 PM (PST)

for Details or Seller Info.
Event Schedule
Please check the site to be sure your favorite event is listed. If not, let me know and I will look into it. It's never too early to post your events. People do plan vacations and other trips surrounding our events so the sooner the better.

Jan 13-17 (Wed-Sun) ~ Virtual Doll Convention Online
Jan 15-Feb 1 (Fri-Mon) ~ Big Doll Auction ONLINE

Jan 16 (Sat) ~ Naples FL  CANCELLED
Jan 22-25 (Fri-Mon) ~ DSO Valentine Showcase ONLINE
Jan 24 (Sun) ~ Naperville IL

Jan 30 (Sat) ~ Glendale CA  CANCELLED until JAN 2022

Feb 7 (Sun) ~ Fullerton CA
Feb 13 (Sat) ~ Schertz (San Antonio) TX

Feb 20-21 (Sat-Sun) ~ Dallas TX POSTPONED until FEB 2022
Feb 21 (Sun) ~ 
Feb 27 (Sat) ~ Largo FL

Mar 6 (Sat) ~ Fletcher (Asheville) NC
Mar 14 (Sun) ~ DeWitt (Lansing) MI
Mar 27 (Sat) ~ Flat Rock NC
Mar 27 (Sat) ~ Jonesborough TN

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The mid-20th century saw many a little girl spending happy hours imagining a life dedicated to serving others through the field of nursing care. A plethora of dolls were created to bolster these ambitions and promote the rapidly evolving standard of training for professional nurses.

Most companies making dolls and other toys included products aimed at playing Nurse. These included Madame Alexander, Ideal, American Character, Vogue Dolls, Effanbee, Nancy Ann Storybook Dolls, Mary Hoyer, Mattel, the list goes on and on. Although the era was a time of progressive attitudes there was still a lingering idea that nursing was one of the acceptable career paths for women. Which makes it seem ironic that just one century before, nursing was considered an unacceptable occupation for a woman of good breeding.
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Until next time, see you at the doll show!  ~Karen

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