Sunday, November 1, 2009
This past week a member of the Izannah Walker Dolls group (thanks, Judi!) pointed out that there was a two page article about Izannah Walker dolls in Yankee Magazine. The article was written by Catherine Riedel of Skinner Auctioneers. It was so fun to read that the Izannah Walker Chronicles had been listed as one of the resources for information about original, antique Izannah Walker dolls. I was happy to see that Lucy's Doll House in Camden, Maine was mentioned, as it was their generosity that made it possible for me to take pictures of original Izannah Walker dolls, and those pictures are what prompted me to create this site to share those pictures.
The mention in Yankee Magazine confirms that this site is becoming what I hoped it would - a kind of clearinghouse of links and resources and a repository for pictures of original Izannah Walker dolls. I love Yankee magazine. My own family Yankee-ness goes back to the Mayflower and to the first Puritan settlement in Massachusetts - and from there to various seaports in New England. If you are interested in early American history and classic meetinghouses, there is a wonderful article in this month's issue. And of course an article about my favorite kind of doll, Izannah Walker dolls.
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Thanks for the info Dixie! I didn't know about this publication. My family too came here in the mid-1600's and initially settled in Massachussetts. He was a ship builder and the family then moved on to Maine (Cape Porpoise and Kennebunkport).ReplyDelete
So glad they did the article on your site! I'll look around here in San Diego to see if I can find this magazine.
Hi, Robin - they did the article on Izannah's doll and referenced my site as a resource for more information. :-) But still it made me feel good!ReplyDelete