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Letter from Mrs. Larry Sullivan to Miss Frances

Letter from Mrs. Larry Sullivan to Miss Frances

Letter from Mrs. Larry Sullivan to Miss Frances

This letter validates several of Alexander's deeply-held beliefs about the roles dolls could play in children's lives. Not only does it show that boys were indeed often interested in dolls, but it also proves what an "important part of [the] imaginary world" of little girls dolls could be.

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Letter from Mrs. Larry Sullivan to Miss Frances

Letter from Mrs. Larry Sullivan to Miss Frances

This letter validates several of Alexander's deeply-held beliefs about the roles dolls could play in children's lives. Not only does it show that boys were indeed often interested in dolls, but it also proves what an "important part of [the] imaginary world" of little girls dolls could be.

Related content:

Letter from Mrs. Larry Sullivan to Miss Frances

Letter from Mrs. Larry Sullivan to Miss Frances

This letter validates several of Alexander's deeply-held beliefs about the roles dolls could play in children's lives. Not only does it show that boys were indeed often interested in dolls, but it also proves what an "important part of [the] imaginary world" of little girls dolls could be.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Letter from Mrs. Larry Sullivan to Miss Frances." (Viewed on December 21, 2014) <http://jwa.org/media/letter-from-mrs-larry-sullivan-to-miss-frances>.

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