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Nov/December 1967: Vol. 8, issue#3 NO TABLE OF CONTENTS
Magazine Title: a little Doll Talk from Byron Publication Frequency: Bi-Monthly???
Began Publication: July/August 1942
Ended Publication: Unknown(have seen issues up to 1986)
Published by: Byron Molds, Willoughby, Ohio
Average Page Count: 23
Magazine Dimensions(ht. x w.): 1940's: 7" x 5"; 1980's: 11" x 8 1/2"
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PUBLISHER, but scanned from my private collection.
SUMMARY: This was an inhouse publication of Byron Molds that showcased its products, which happen to be head molds, doll clothes patterns, wigs, doll shoes - anything you may need to make custom baby dolls. In other words, it was a catalog charmingly disguised as a magazine. It published helpful articles, like "Why Does My Porcelain Mildew?" It catered to a very specific audience of doll collectors. I searched but could not find a website for Byron Molds, though it appears they are still selling molds, as I found a lot of distributors of supplies still selling them.
Anyone with more information about this publication, or has issues to donate or sell, can contact me through My Contact Page.
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