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May 1, 2013

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Molly

I think you've got a few facts wrong, Mattel didn't buy the Pleasant Company until the late 90s.

Richard

Thank you Molly for catching my typo. Its corrected.

Frances Cain

Historical doll play has long been popular the girls sector, and in each generation there has been an iconic brand that has stood out from the others.
We have successfully placed our own brand in FAO Schwarz and are now embarking on national distribution into the US - it will be a busy year and we are excited to see where 2013 takes us.
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Dollsteachgirls

I will have to look for "A Girl for All Time".

Yes, there's room for people to provide other Historical Girl/Doll worlds...

I've seen annoyance with AG for drifting off their target novelty---the wonderful historical girl/doll/artifact/dress world.

(PS...look on Etsy or other craft sites to get some moderately priced doll accessories...There are some higher priced but magnificently detailed Regency bonnets-dresses also which are more $$ but are breathtaking too.)

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Thanks for finally talking about >American Girl Dolls; Has Something Changed? - Global Toy News

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