Doll News Spring 2014 - (Page 156)

...the air was fresher. The farm and garden vegetables were more nutritious and apple-cheeked children were safer, playing along the quiet country lanes and grassy fields. Who would not wish to travel back to a gentler time, back to the very height of the Romantic Era? Tasha Tudor held a deep and enduring passion for the 1830s. She did more than simply visit it in her imagination; she actually lived it. And I, while growing up in the 1960s-1970s, happily discovered the many published works of Tasha Tudor. She was an inspiration to a little girl who loved to draw and write from the time she could first hold a pencil. Today still I reflect on Tasha's art and the appeal of her nineteenth century lifestyle. 156 SPRING 2014

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Doll News Spring 2014

From the Editor
UFDC Officers and Regional Directors
President's Message
Conference Calendar
Welcome Newer Members
Fundraising Committee Report
Shared Passions - 2014 UFDC Convention
Tasha Tudor + Dolls = Enchanting Art
Early Juneau Bebe Part II
My Dear Hitty
A Capital Affair 2013 Antique Competitive Exhibit Part II
A Capital Affair 2013 Modern Competitive Exhibit Part II
A is for Annabelle - the story of a doll
Annatasha - A Paper Doll
A Visit to the Coleman Collection
Unending Delight - Tasha's World of Dolls
A Capital Affair 2013 Special Exhibit - The Four Seasons of Sandra Sue
A Capital Affair 2013 - Beautiful Boys, Gorgeous Girls - Asian and American BJDs
All About Lavinia Loring, A French Fashion Doll Reprinted from THE LETTER, Volume 3, Number 1, Summer 1983
Life before TV - UFDC Region 1 Conference
Christine Crocker - The Pastoral Dollmaker
Capturing the Classics - The Classic Plaything Collection of Wendy Lawton
The Story of Marjorie Tudor
Behind the Scenes - Regional Director Training
Isn't It Romantic
In a More Romantic Time - A Paper Doll
I is for Inspiration
Judging Dolls in UFDC Competitions
Club Notes
Reviewing Resources
Region Director Candidates
In Our Memories
News & Notes

Doll News Spring 2014