Historical AG dolls at the Library??

Hello everyone! As you know this is a scheduled post and I am at camp!

So, the other day, I was at the library (We don’t often go their, we have a bookmobile that comes to our town) I immediately noticed some AG dolls on the top of a bookshelf. They were so cool! They had a lot of retired ones! I asked the librarian if I could take pictures of the dolls and she said yes! Hooray! Here are the pics: (sorry for the kind of bad quality of the photo’s, the bookshelf was higher then my head so it was sort of hard to take pics)

 

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Kaya

 

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Felicity (in her gorgeous dress)

 

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Caroline
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Josephina
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Kirsten
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Addy

 

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Cecile
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Marie Grace (I LOVE her hair)
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Samantha
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Rebecca
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Kit (in her realistic outfit)
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Molly
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The beautiful Maryellen
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Julie

I read the sign and it says that people donated them to the library for their display!

Also, is a gallery of all of the photos I took:

 

 

How did you like this post? Would you ever give an AG doll away? Have you ever seen AG dolls at the library?

Tell me in the comments!

 

 

20 thoughts on “Historical AG dolls at the Library??

    1. I don’t know………………………. I would have borrowed them all at different times, but if I just had to choose 1 then I would have chosen Marie Grace!

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    2. I wonder? Or maybe the ones that are selling best so that people will buy them fast.

      Actually now that I think of that it doesn’t make sense!

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  1. I have never seen AG dolls at my library. I would not sell my doll even if I did not play with it anymore. I would save it for my children! I love Marie Grace! It’s so cool that your library has AG dolls!

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    1. I haven’t either, but I thought it was cool!
      Same here! I would never sell any of my AG dolls, even when I don’t play with them any more!
      I love Marie Grace! She is so pretty~!

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