Harriet Taylor Upton House Spring Luncheon – Paper Dolls, Treasures of Childhood

May 13, 2017

May 13, 2017

13:00 To 15:00

380 Mahoning Avenue NW Warren, Ohio 44483-4633



(330) 395 1840

Event Description

Upton House Spring Luncheon
Paper Dolls- Treasures of Childhood, presented by Patricia Fertel

Patti Fertel has been collecting paper dolls since 1974. Her collection includes antique to contemporary dolls with a focus on advertising, paper dolls from the 19th to early 20th century, comic and artist paper dolls. She also enjoys designing and making her own paper dolls based on fashions from different eras.

Do you still have your paper dolls? Bring some along to share with the group.

To make a reservation, please mail check for $12.00 made out to the Upton House to

The Upton Association
P.O. Box 847
Warren, OH 44482

Deadline: May 8

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