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1. 18th Street, North 18th Street, North Postcard view of the skyline of Kansas City, looking North from 18th Street

2. 1951 Flood 1951 Flood 1951 Photograph of doll "victim" pinned in mud and debris after1951 flood.

3. Barbie, the Bitch Barbie, the Bitch April/12-18/2001 Details how some adult gay men are enamored with and spend large amounts of time collecting Barbie dolls, and how they could not indulge in their hobby as children.

4. Child Praying Child Praying A young girl is kneeling by a bed with her hands clasped together as if praying. A doll and toy stove are on the floor beside her.

5. Dolls Depict Founders of Westport Dolls Depict Founders of Westport November 1964 Article about dolls made and dressed to depict founders of Westport, "using their pictures or the portraits painted by George Caleb Bingham, in most cases," with photos.

6. Dolls in Guise Dolls in Guise June/12-18/1997 Review of group show at Gallery V.

7. Donnelly Garment Company Employees Donnelly Garment Company Employees n.d. Group portrait of Donnelly Garment Company employees, several holding dolls.

8. Faces of the Past: Don't Touch That Dial Faces of the Past: Don't Touch That Dial May 1991 Photo and bio of Torey Southwick, former host of local children's and juveniles' television shows (on KMBC-TV, KMBZ-TV, and KCPT-TV) from 1956 to 1972, using a sidekick puppet called "Ol' Gus."

9. Faultless Starch Co. Faultless Starch Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for the Faultless Starch Co. with an image of two donkeys and jockeys to be cut like paper dolls. Front of card says: "Marshall and Ball's Famous Trick Donkeys. Cut on the lines and lay...

10. Girls and Dolls Girls and Dolls October 9, 2007 Color pictures of young girls modeling outfits that match the different American Girl dolls, including Katelyn Struckle, 9 of Olathe, Tai Barber-Gumbs, 10, of Overland Park, Melinda Sanchez, 10 of De Soto,...

11. Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., The 1883 Advertising card for The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. showing a child writing on a lap desk, holding a doll. Caption says: "To Papa." One of a set of three cards telling a story with this girl. Back...

12. Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., The 1883 Advertising card for The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. showing a girl and her doll covered in ink after knocking over the ink on a lap desk. Caption says: "The Accident." One of a set of three cards...

13. Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., The 1883 Advertising card for The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. showing a child sitting in a rocking chair with a doll near a lap desk. Caption says: "Rock A Bye Baby." One of a set of three cards telling a...

14. Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company, The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company, The 1882 Advertising card for The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. showing two girls with dolls. One of four cards with these girls. Front of card says: "Copyrighted by A. B. Seeley." Back of card has advertising...

15. Her Dolls Come Alive All Over the World Her Dolls Come Alive All Over the World July 6, 1948 History of the establishment of Hazelle's Marionettes and the expansion of the factory at 10th and Campbell streets. Includes a photo of Hazelle Hedges Rollins (Mrs. John Woodson) with the puppets and...

16. Historical Figures in Doll World Historical Figures in Doll World December/18/1971 Photo and biographical article about the porcelain doll manufactory at the farmhouse of Elsie Logan and her husband John Logan, retired Kansas City bankers since 1966. Description of their business at...

17. Home of the Kewpies: Visit Bonniebrook, the Birthplace of America's Beloved Cherubs Home of the Kewpies: Visit Bonniebrook, the Birthplace of America's Beloved Cherubs October 2002 Photos and illustrations about Bonniebrook, home of Rose O'Neil, creator of the Kewpie dolls. Located 8 miles north of Branson, Missouri, Bonniebrook is on the National Register of Historic Places (1984)....

18. Interest in Puppets Evolves into Quest for Dream: Woman Hopes to Honor Kansas Citian with Museum Interest in Puppets Evolves into Quest for Dream: Woman Hopes to Honor Kansas Citian with Museum June/6/2001 Photo and article about the plans for "a home for the Puppetry Arts Institute (led by president Diane Houk] and a museum honoring the late Hazelle Hedges Rollins [or Hazelle Rollins], a Kansas Citian who...

19. Kansas City Women of Independent Minds Kansas City Women of Independent Minds 1992 Photo, illustration, and bio of Hazelle Hedges Rollins, or Hazelle Rollins (1910-1984), a designer and maker of marionettes and finger puppets in Kansas City. Growing up at 815 West 59th Street and starting...

20. Kewpie Doll Revival: Branson Honors Its Million Dollar Baby [and] Rose O'Neill: She Always Came Home Kewpie Doll Revival: Branson Honors Its Million Dollar Baby [and] Rose O'Neill: She Always Came Home November-December//1979 Photo and biographical article about Rose O'Neill (1874-1944), creator of Kewpie dolls, "the Barbie doll of the decades between the two World Wars and the inspiration for countless novelties that rival...