The Story of Barbie Doll

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Collector Books, 1999 - Antiques & Collectibles - 311 pages
Over 700 color photographs. Sections included are fashions, footwear, hair, and prototypes. Histories of Tutti and Todd, Ken, and Midge dolls accompany the text, as well as information on '70s and '80s Barbie doll, special issues, and international developments. Includes information on cleaning and care, buyer cautions, and forming Barbie doll clubs and conventions. This book features over 400 photographs not pictured in the author's first book. No values. 8.5 x 11.

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I just got this book a few days ago, and found several errors already.
I am disappointed.
I have been collecting Barbie dolls for 25 years, and this past year has been filled with every book written
on Barbie, starting in 1956.
I especially loved Ruth Handler's "Dream Doll!"
A lot of contradictions in many books cause a collector much confusion.
I feel that Kitturah Westenhouser should have researched her facts more, instead of releasing a Second Edition.

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