DC Digital Museum

Search using this query type:



Search only these record types:

Item

Advanced Search (Items only)

Browse Items (4 total)

These are two handmade cloth dolls called "pink dress doll and blue dress doll with hats" by its contributor Patricia Ford Neal. These dolls were created by Patricia's mother, Evelyn N. Ford in 1994-1996. They were a wedding gift for a bridesmaid,…

A rubber doll called "Mary Jane" by its contributor, Patricia Ford Neal. She acquired the doll sometime between 1956-1958 in her childhood when her aunt gave it to her. Her aunt "sent the doll to Santa Claus" to get hair in the same decade, which the…

A porcelain doll called "Mary Jane" by its contributor, Patricia Ford Neal. She acquired the doll in about 1956 in her childhood. Neal recalled that the doll was fragile, which meant that her family allowed her to play with on Christmas day each…

American Women's Resource Center interview with Thelma Fagin-Hyman and Thelma Dale Perkins who are in their senior years engage in a lively conversation about their family background, experience of segregation, and the importance of their enrollment…
Output Formats

atom, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-json, omeka-xml, rss2