Helping Margaret to Replace a Roombox Lost in the Camp Fire

Do you know where to find some of these items?

Margaret Gordus would like to make a replacement roombox for her great-grandaughter. The original roombox was lost in the fire.

Margaret is searching for the following:

  • Names of the artist(s) that make dolls like the ones shown in the photo.
  • Roundtable kits similar to the ones shown in the photo.
  • Book from the Minneapolis houseparty (souvenir?). The book is about trees, signed by the author.
  • A wicker stand similar to the one shown in the photo.

Please send any information to Margaret Gordus.

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Margaret Gordus is searching for pieces similar to the ones shown in this roombox. The roombox was created for her great-granddaughter and it was lost in the fire.

 


 

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2 thoughts on “Helping Margaret to Replace a Roombox Lost in the Camp Fire

  1. Barbara Adams says:

    Does the room box have the window box and shelf units that were a NAME Day project? If so, I would be very happy to give her the one I made. She will need to re-paper and paint but other than that it is the same. Barbara Adams gingerbreadbarb@gmail.com

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  2. minnidr says:

    The two dolls on the third shelf down on the left could be Pat Boldt’s.  The top right dolls are like snowbabies.  The window seat doll on the right is a Maureen Thomas doll.  Hope this helps.

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