Sturbridge 2015-- Location! Location! Location!

Cromwell, Molly
December 2015
Miniature Collector;Dec2015, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p42
Festival Review
The article discusses the 2015 Sturbridge Dollhouse Miniatures Festival held in New England which featured several miniature objects including the 1/4-inch furniture by Gayle Baillargeon, the Hobbit House by Fred Cobbs, and the Hitty dolls by Judy Brown.


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