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Dolls' house - Queen Mary's dolls' house

Dolls' house made by in England by Ashcroft in Museum Number

Colección de muñecas y juguetes de principios del siglo XVIII en Londres, Museum of Childhood. Casas de muñecas  comienzos 1800 y encargad por un médico de Manchester, el Dr. John Asesino. En un armario y no un edificio en miniatura. Influencias holandesas y alemanas en acabado. Las esposas de los comerciantes ricos, de origen holandes, en Inglaterra siglo 17 gastaron en ellas mucho dinero. En la foto "Killer Cabinet House, Dolls’ House (1835), encargad por John Egerto Killer

The Killer Cabinet House - Commissioned by the Manchester doctor, John Egerton Killer around It has four rooms – a drawing room, a morning room, a bedroom and a kitchen.

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Johnson Family's Epic Dubstep-Driven Holiday Light Show For a Good Cause

Edna May Pettie (1878 -1948), cabinet card, late 1890s // by Elliott & Fry. "Her big break came in  when she was contracted by George W. Lederer to play 'Violet Grey' in "The Belle of New York" in 1897, where it acheived moderate success. Lederer then crossed the Atlantic to try a second chance in London, whwre the production was predicted to be a flop. but it was an astonishing success and catapulted Edna to overnight stardom."

Edna May Pettie (September 1878 – January known on stage as Edna May, was an American actress and singer. A popular postcard beauty, May was famous for her leading roles in Edwardian musical comedies.