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Beatrice Alexander, 1895 - 1990

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Alexander describes some of her own ideas about the value of dolls audio/mpeg
Alexander recalls her 1923 move into business for herself audio/mpeg
Alexander recalls the early days of her father's doll hospital audio/mpeg
Alexander reflects on how people might learn from dolls audio/mpeg
Alexander reflects on the roles dolls can play audio/mpeg
Alexander's recollection of the making of her first dolls audio/mpeg
"Madame Alexander" dolls produced by the Alexander Doll Company, 1995 and 1984-1987 image/jpeg
"Madame" Beatrice Alexander Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
"Spanky" (George McFarland) from the television show "The Little Rascals," with his likeness Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Advertisement for the display of Alexander's set of Coronation dolls at Abraham & Straus, (Sunday News, May 24 Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Alexander receiving the "Torch of Learning" award from Max Kampelman of the American Friends of Hebrew University Mort Kaye Studios, Inc. image/jpeg
Alexanderkin Scarlett dolls produced by the Alexander Doll Company, from left 1955, 1955, and 1965 image/jpeg
Alice in Wonderland doll produced by the Alexander Doll Company Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
An autographed photo of "Madame" Beatrice Alexander Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander William Alexander Birnbaum image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander at a store promotion in Michigan Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander Behrman (right), with (left to right) her daughter Mildred Behrman Birnbaum, her granddaughter Wendy Ann Birnbaum, and her mother Hannah Pepper Alexander William Alexander Birnbaum image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander discussing the ladies-in-waiting from the Coronation set with two colleagues Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander examining the Queen Elizabeth II doll from the Coronation set Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander examining the work of an employee Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander examining two dolls Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander in a meeting at the Alexander Doll Company Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander in her New York home Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander receiving the Fashion Academy Gold Medal from Emil Hartman, director of the New York Fashion Academy Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander with Alexander Haig, Jean Kirkpatrick, and Senator Bob Dole William Alexander Birnbaum image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander with her daughter, Mildred William Alexander Birnbaum image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander with her grandson, William Birnbaum (left), and son-in-law, Richard Birnbaum (right) William Alexander Birnbaum image/jpeg
Beatrice Alexander with many of her doll creations Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Certificate from National Republican Congressional Committee in appreciation of Beatrice Alexander's support Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Certificate from the Central Harlem Center of Planned Parenthood of New York City, Inc., in appreciation of Beatrice Alexander's support Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Contract granting the Alexander Doll Company permission to sell dolls and puppets of the Hal Roach Studios' "Our Gang" characters Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Cosme Santiago at work in the modern Doll Hospital at the Alexander Doll Company image/jpeg
Dionne quintuplet dolls Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Doll faces produced by the Alexander Doll Company, prior to being finished and assembled image/jpeg
Engraving of immigrants arriving on a ship American Jewish Historical Society image/jpeg
Excerpt from catalogue for the 1942-1943 line of Madame Alexander dolls Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Letter from Beatrice Alexander to stores selling her line of "Madame Alexander Tots" children's clothing Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Letter from eleven-year-old fan Kathy Roscoe to Madame Alexander Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Letter From Mayor Edward T. Koch to Madame Alexander Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Letter from Mrs. Larry Sullivan to Miss Frances Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Letter from Walter L. Koltun to Beatrice Alexander Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Letters from Walter Artzt to Rabbi Joel S. Geffen, and from Rabbi Joel S. Geffen to Madame Alexander Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Marybel Gets Well doll Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Newspaper article discussing Alexander's achievements as a dollmaker Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
One of many ballerina dolls manufactured by the Alexander Doll Company Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
One of the early African-American dolls produced by the Alexander Doll Company Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Philip Behrman Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Publicity photograph for the Alexander Doll Company William Alexander Birnbaum image/jpeg
Romeo and Juliet Alexanderkins, produced by the Alexander Doll Company image/jpeg
Set of Little Women dolls produced by the Alexander Doll Company image/jpeg
Snow White and Dopey dolls produced by the Alexander Doll Company, 1938, and Dopey marionette produced by Tony Sarg, c. 1936 image/jpeg
Street scene on the Lower East Side of New York City American Jewish Historical Society image/jpeg
Telegram and letter from Mrs. Emil Alvin Hartman to Madame Beatrice Alexander Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
The original Cissy doll Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Three marionettes produced by the Alexander Doll Company Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg
Workers at the Alexander Doll Company Alexander Doll Company, Inc. image/jpeg

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