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Let’s Play House #1932


Product Code: 1932

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    Release Date: 1/1/1966

    Skipper® doll's maternal instincts were developing and the object of this affection was a cute, tiny baby doll with a glued-on white diaper! She rocked it in its own pink and blue cradle and read from her "Nursery Rhymes" book. She wore a white dress with turquoise heart print. It had a full skirt and a turquoise pinafore with heart print tri-pocket topped the dress. She had three bright handkerchiefs in yellow, pink, and green tucked in those three pockets. Turquoise or light blue flat shoes completed the motherly image!

    All images and descriptions courtesy of Collector Books, publisher of "Barbie Fashion: Volume 1" and "Barbie Fashion: Volume 2" by Sarah Sink Eames

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