Edmonds Museum hosts Shirley Temple…in doll form

Volunteers Sue Barnett and Judy Lambert with the collection’s sweetheart. (Photo by Janette Turner)

Paper doll collector Nan Moorehead co-curated “Paper People Go To the Movies,” currently displayed at the Edmonds Historical Museum, 118 Fifth Ave. N.

The show features two-dimensional images from the golden years of paper dolls, the 1920s through the 1950s, tapping out in the Brady Bunch years. Moorehead’s collection is so complete that it even has a Brady Bunch sample on display. The museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 1-4 p.m., and the show runs through July 15.

2 Replies to “Edmonds Museum hosts Shirley Temple…in doll form”

  1. I love the Paper Doll Exhibit on Display at the Edmonds Museum. It takes me back to when i was a young girl many many years ago and played paper dolls with my little girl friends.

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  2. Great paper doll collection. The ladies in the picture look like pretty paper dolls themselves.

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