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For 100 years Madame Alexander dolls have delighted
By Donald-Brian Johnson “A child’s doll is precious. It is a friend who shares her secrets, joys, and sorrows. . . something beautiful that is a joy forever.” — Madame Alexander Madame Alexander was the grand dame of dollmaking. From the debut of her first dolls in 1923, New York-born Beatrice Alexander made it to the top of the toy heap, and continued to reign supreme. Under her guidance, fairy tale figures such as “Sleeping Beauty,”