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Thousands of Storybook Dolls Step Out Daily From Mrs. Abbott's Factory
Pastime of Screen Extra Now Flourishing Business The Princesses Approved Dolls for All Occasions Films Not All Glamour Learn Mass Production No Wartime Slump
The Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file) - Boston, Mass.
Author: By Rosalind Lee Written for The Christian Science Monitor
Date: Apr 11, 1949
Start Page: 12
Pages: 1
Section: Women Today
Abstract (Document Summary)

When Nancy Ann Abbott began dressing miniature dolls to look like her favoriite movie stars, she had no idea of building up a fortune in the doll-making business.

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