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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • CHAPTER 1. DOLL COLLECTING
  • CHAPTER 2. FROM THE CRADLE OF INVENTIONS
  • CHAPTER 3. OTHER SPRINGFIELD DOLLS
  • CHAPTER 4. EARLY WOODEN DOLLS
  • CHAPTER 5. DOLLS FROM THE FORESTS
  • CHAPTER 6. THE SCHOENHUT DOLLS
  • CHAPTER 7. PENNY DOLLS AND FROZEN CHARLOTTES
  • CHAPTER 8. DOLLS IN STRANGE PLACES I
  • CHAPTER 9. DOLLS IN STRANGE PLACES II
  • CHAPTER 10. PRE-GREINER AND GREINER
  • CHAPTER 11. THREE MYSTERY DOLLS
  • CHAPTER 12. "MILLINER'S MODELS"
  • CHAPTER 13. HISTORIC FASHION DOLLS
  • CHAPTER 14. THE GLASS OF FASHION
  • CHAPTER 15. WAX DOLLS
  • CHAPTER 16. CHINA HEAD DOLLS
  • CHAPTER 17. PARIAN OR DRESDEN DOLL HEADS
  • CHAPTER 18. THE JUMEAU DOLL AND OTHER FRENCH BISQUES
  • CHAPTER 19. GERMAN BISQUE DOLLS
  • CHAPTER 20. RAG DOLLS, RUBBER DOLLS AND RAWHIDE DOLLS
  • CHAPTER 21. AMERICAN DOLL ARTISTS: The Smith Family, Grace Story Putnam, Martha Oathout Ayres, Grace C. Rockwell, Gertrude Florian, Lewis Sorenson
  • CHAPTER 22. ASSOCIATION DOLLS I
  • CHAPTER 23. ASSOCIATION DOLLS II
  • CHAPTER 24. THE HUMAN INTEREST SIDE OF DOLL COLLECTING
  • CHAPTER 25. PEDLAR DOLLS
  • CHAPTER 26. CRECHE FIGURES AND DOLLS IN RELIGIOUS DRESS
  • CHAPTER 27. NEGRO DOLLS
  • CHAPTER 28. BABY DOLLS, BOY DOLLS AND STORY BOOK DOLLS
  • CHAPTER 29. JOEL ELLIS DOLL CARRIAGES AND TOYS: Other Doll Carriages, Little Girls and Their Dolls
  • CHAPTER 30. MANY MATTERS
  • CHAPTER 31. MODERN COMMERCIAL DOLL-MAKERS
  • CHAPTER 32. HUMPTY DUMPTY AND SOME JENNY WRENS
  • APPENDIX
  • INDEX

Title: The Dolls of Yesterday: Dolls and doll collecting in Europe and America during the past 200 years
Author: Eleanor St. George
Publication Date: HC:1968
Publisher: Bonanza Books, NY
Page Count: 204
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/4"
ISBN: None

SUMMARY- All photos are black and white, but you get a whole lot of history and anecdotal history from various interviews. It was an interesting read, and covered a large number of topics(as evidenced by the Table of Contents). It was well worth the price of admission.