Broad merchandise array featured at MIAA show

August 1994
Playthings;Aug94, Vol. 92 Issue 8, p48
Trade Publication
Announces the National Dollhouse and Miniatures Trade Show and Convention on August 20 to 22, 1994 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Miniatures Industry Association of America as the show's sponsor; Merchandise to be exhibited; Shopping opportunities; Contact information.


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