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These and lots of other vintage holiday catalog treasures can be found at WishbookWeb.
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THANK YOU. I have had so much trouble convincing people that there really was such an entity as Growing Up Skipper!
Cactus Wren |
26 December 2009 at 09:20 AM
I came across your blog while I was researching an Vintage Doll by Sears. I was wondering if your Sears catalogs had a “Ken” type doll named Craig? I have an old ACTIVE CRAIG SET that doesn’t have a year. It is still on it’s cardboard and looks like it is from the 70s or 80s. It doesn’t say Mattel only Sears on the back.
If there is any info you have that would be great. Please email me at:
Thank you for your time,
KV Creative Designs |
03 June 2010 at 11:54 AM
It's amazing how Barbie has achieved to keep her fame over the years and also continue being one of the first options in kids's christmas wish list.
16 November 2011 at 03:23 PM
The Barbie fashion review was so interesting. Like a snap shot of the expectations of a woman's life. I love seeing all these vintage ads. It reminder me how much progress we have made. Thank you for sharing.
Sheffield, the vintage fashionista |
05 December 2011 at 04:01 PM
Wow! Barbie had a lot more than I thought she did!
Furniture Stores Glendale |
13 December 2011 at 08:39 PM
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