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idmadolls.com - Come join the fun at the International Doll Makers Association in Knoxville, TNJuly 8 - 11, 2009www.idmadolls.com
Bangzoom Publishers Jan Foulke’s Guide to Dolls: A Definitive Identification and Price Guide. For thirty years, Jan Foulke has been the most trusted authority on antique and collectible dolls. USA Today and The Washington Post have credited her wit producing The bible of doll collecting.
Along with Jan’s book we have an assortment of other collectible titles: Boyd’s Bears Plush and Boyd’s Bears Resin, Ty Beanie Babies, Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments, and TV Guide, The Official Collectors Guide: Celebrating an Icon by Dr. Stephen Hofer, which includes 53 years of the TV Guide digest-sized covers -- over 3,700 full color images combined with a decade by decade history of TV programs. LOCATION: Braintree, Mass.
Doll Castle News Published for 48-years, Doll Castle News is the longest running premier resource for quality reporting of vintage and contemporary dolls for serious collectors.LOCATION: New Jersey
Doll Costuming, the magazine Brought to you from the publishers of Doll Artisan and Doll making Magazines, Doll Costuming premiers in the Fall 2000, Cover date Jan. 2001. The publication for discerning doll costumers and collectors.
Doll Reader The number one magazine for doll collectors, Doll Reader provides beginning to advanced collectors with information on antique, vintage, modern, and contemporary dolls. Each issue features artist profiles, new research on antique and vintage dolls, the latest collecting trends and exclusives, as well as the newest releases from manufacturers and artists. World-renowned doll authorities Jan Foulke, A. Glenn Mandeville, and Patricia N. Schoonmaker provide expert information in their columns on antique, vintage,
and modern dolls. LOCATION: Boston, Massachusetts
Dolls United Interactive Magazine Dolls United Interactive Magazine is a quarterly multi-media magazine for cloth art doll makers, artists, and multi-media enthusiasts. Please visit our web site to enjoy our free sample issue LOCATION: USA
CDAA Canadian Doll Artist Association. Supporting original artists dolls as an art form.
Original Doll Artisans of Connecticut O.D.A.CT is a small group of professional artists who's medium also includes doll artistry. This site includes info on the group's activities, members and art work. There are links to each artist's site. LOCATION:Connecticut
NIADA Artist and patron
organization devoted to promoting the art of the original, handmade doll.
The Art Cafe The Art Cafe is a new nonprofit grassroots organization that was started in December 2003 to be a creative outlet for outsider artists to develop, maintain and facilitate art/media projects with an outreach component. We provide a supportive space for the development, creation and exhibition of works by the local artistic community. Our dream is to reward artists in our community for the creation of their new works and to provide and foster a relationship between emerging and established artists. We want to raise awareness of Native Arts and Crafts because it is part of the director's ethnic heritage and interest in this field LOCATION: Davison, MI
Society for American Girl Collectors This site is for those who love to collect Pleasant Company's American Girl dolls and accessories. It is also for those who wish to influence Pleasant Company to bring back discontinued items from the Historical American Girl line. It contains an online newsletter. LOCATION: Michigan, USA
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