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Doll; [?]; 1960s; CT07.4730a

Doll; [?]; 1960s; CT07.4730a
About this object
Doll; a small, plastic doll with dark, nylon hair. The doll has articulated limbs and its eyes, originally, would have closed. Dressed in a floral frock with mauve, lace edging.

Originally purchased from Winnie Forsyth's, c1965. Winnie Forsyth's was a small shop in Owaka, noted for fancy goods, stationery and a lending library. It was in the front room of Winnie's home (late 1940s to 1970s). Stock was mainly ceramics, ornaments, gift items and magazines. Today the building no longer contains a shop.

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Medium and Materials
processed material, synthetic, plastic
processed material, textile

h 180mm x l 120mm x w 100mm (when sitting)

Subject and Association Keywords
commerce, business, retail trade
the family. marriage. women, children. child development
Credit Line
From the collection of Owaka Museum Wahi Kahuika The Meeting Place "a rest on your journey".
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