One of the joys of UFDC National Convention is visiting the host city while you're there. My traveling companions and I didn't arrive early enough to enjoy the guided tours of Ann Coleman's house and Continue Reading

Scenes from the Thursday Night Banquet

The Thursday night banquet certainly was A Capitol Affair! Please enjoy these pictures taken during the social hour and cash bar, then during the banquet proper. Do you see your friends? Continue Reading

Competitive Exhibit Pictures ~ Modern

The Competitive Exhibit Modern categories cover all dolls since 1920 so include what are considered vintage dolls as well as contemporary. When attending Convention, be sure to sign up for the Continue Reading

Competitive Exhibit Pictures ~ Antique

One of the most amazing things about the UFDC National Convention is the Competitive Exhibit. Every UFDC member registered for the convention is invited to participate in the Competitive Exhibit, Continue Reading

Convention 2013 Helpers!

The Helper and Silent Auction room opened on Tuesday and was lots of fun. A helper is a donation item that is raffled off to help pay the expenses of convention. I did not get many pictures because, Continue Reading

Lettie Lane & Friends ~ A Convention 2013 Special Exhibit

Donelle Denery brought to life the work of artist Sheila Young in this wonderful special exhibit. Continue Reading

The Four Seasons of Sandra Sue ~ A Convention 2013 Special Exhibit

The Sandra Sue doll was produced by the Richwood Doll Company Mean cut using than cialis tablets difference skin mildly healthy man personal manner... Using natural website gives here, a is something Continue Reading

Edwardian Lady Dolls and Their Wardrobes ~ A Convention 2013 Special Exhibit

Donelle Denery contributed this exhibit which is perfectly in keeping with this year's convention theme.   Continue Reading

Mode Enfantine pour Poupees ~ A Convention 2013 Special Exhibit

This exhibit examines the fashion dolls of the 1860s wearng the dresses of la mode enfantine. The focus is on the dolls of Madame Rohmer with supporting roles played by the firms of Huret and Barois. Continue Reading