to the third issue of Black Doll-E-Zine--the first and only online guide to collecting Black dolls!
This issue features doll collector, Ms. Roberta T. Bolton and doll artist, Ms. Mary E. Washington.
Ms. Bolton is a seasoned collector who has willingly imparted some of her doll-collecting knowledge with our readers.
Ms. Mary E. Washington's award-winning creations, many of which depict great African American historical figures, will inspire the portrait doll collector. Through her doll art, Ms. Washington brings to life the historical significance of African American leaders who helped build America as well as promote human civility.
Also included in this issue of Black Doll-E-Zine are
additional doll care tips, exciting doll news, as well as
other doll-related topics.
We hope that everyone is staying cool, that you enjoyed the Fourth of July, and that you will enjoy the remainder of the summer. We also hope that you will enjoy the current issue of Black Doll-E-Zine.
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in the Summer 2002 issue of Black Doll-E-Zine.
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