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In the early years of the 21st century, toy manufacturers altered traditional toys like dollhouses to address concerns among parents and educators that too few girls imagine career… Read More
Miniature hobbyist Joan Burdge designed her 25-room dollhouse based on a Victorian home near Rutland, Vermont. She created and furnished the house herself, a project that took her … Read More
Produced in 1920-1930, this dollhouse reflects the style of architecture introduced by Walter Gropius in the early 20th century. Gropius's design attempted to marry art and sociall… Read More
The Keystone Manufacturing Company of Boston made movie projectors when it was first established in the 1920s. In 1940, it began producing dollhouses and continued to offer them fo… Read More
A toy that evolved from sixteenth-century adult cabinet displays of miniature rooms and furnishings, the dollhouse allows a child to play by arranging furniture, manipulating domes… Read More
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Toy designer Vic Reiling actually began his career working as an engineer for the U.S. Navy after he earned his degree and commission from the naval academy at Annapolis, MD. When … Read More
George Washington acquired Mount Vernon from the widow of his older brother in 1761. Lawrence Washington had named the estate after his commanding officer, Admiral Edward Vernon of… Read More