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The Christmas holiday of 1956 saw 9-year-old Janis MacDermot (Hartman) and her sister Carol MacDermot opening similar gifts. Each girl received a Ginny Doll that year. The Vogue Doll Company's famous Ginny doll was very popular during that era. Various different companies have owned the Ginny doll line since then. Proud children and adults too often take holiday photographs in front of the tree.

Materialphotograph
OriginRochester, NY
Object ID114.4438
Credit LineGift of Janis MacDermot Hartman

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