A Pictorial Directory of Dolls
Featured on the Izannah Walker Chronicles

This is a pinned post. To see more recent posts on the Izannah Walker Chronicles, scroll down.  The intention of this post is to provide a directory to dolls, documents and magazine articles posted here on the Izannah Walker Chronicles. 

When I first began writing this blog, my mission was to create the site I wished existed - a resource for doll makers and doll collectors who love Izannah Walker dolls and wanted to see more examples. I had bought every book that had an Izannah image in it. In 2008, there were only a few Izannah Walker doll images online. So I researched every day which Izannah dolls were coming to auction, wrote auction companies asking for additional pictures, and sometimes traveled to New England venues to document dolls coming up for auction. My original goal has been met - to have a site that would help someone who wants to learn about the features of Izannah Walker dolls. 

This is an on-going project and will take a while. There are a lot of great dolls featured on this site over the years. Thank you to the collectors, museums, magazines and auction companies which have shared information and images over the years!



  

  
  
  
 
  


 




 







Updated through 2018


Articles, Documents and Other Information



Read the article written by Edyth O'Neill and Dixie Redmond
Published in the 2011 Christmas Edition of Early American Life























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Please email me if you have information, pictures, sources, etc. about original Izannah Walker dolls. The goal of this site is to be a free clearinghouse of information for Izannah doll lovers. Copyright of pictures published on this site are retained by the collector, museum, or artist etc, who took the picture.

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This site began on January 1, 2008 as a way to share pictures of original Izannah Walker dolls with those who love them. It's come a long way! Thank you to all of you who have come here to read and research.