Saturday, February 19, 2011

Izannah Walker Doll at the New Bedford Whaling Museum

I had never seen this image before, so thought I would post direct image to the link of the doll as shown in online collections of the New Bedford Whaling Museum.

4 comments:

  1. Looks like it is in good condition, Dixie. Did you notice that they commented that the head, hands and feet are made from leather?
    I assume that is just a mistake on their part, because to an untrained eye, I suppose they do look a bit like leather. Maybe you should tell them!

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  2. Dixie, it's so neat that you posted this picture. We are traveling this week for school vacation and I was planning on taking the kids to the New Bedford Whaling Museum on our way to the Cape. What a coincidence!

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  3. I have more pictures of this doll, and a video. They let me undress her! she has red boots that looked like they were made in 5 pieces. i have to fill out their permission form to share- i'll do it, i promise! jennfer

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  4. I am so glad you were able to get pictures. Between museums, collectors and other Izannah-philes we have gathered together a pretty good representation of Izannah's works on the Chronicles. :-)

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