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The Risks of the Doll Business

Part two of the story of the Lincoln, Nebraska-based Terri Lee Company, an innovative doll manufacturer in the 1940s and ’50s. Part one is here. The full story (of which this is a summary) is told in a richly-illustrated article … Continue reading

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We Love Quilts, Part 2

Last time I blogged I talked about how much we love quilts–here’s more proof.  We’ve just opened a new exhibit called Beauty in Hard Times:  Depression Era Quilts in Nebraska.  This exhibit will run for two years and the quilts … Continue reading

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