Growing up, my sister and I didn’t get along AT ALL! She’s 6 and a half years older than me so that had something to do with it, I believe. Well, that and we had absolutely nothing in common, other than our parents, of course. Our main purpose in life was to bring misery to each other as often as possible and we took that challenge seriously. I never stood a chance against my sister physically as this was proven over and over by the many times she made me “hit” myself with my own hand as…
Children of Other Lands, 1954 — Hawaii, Alaska, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, & Canada
In 1959, not long after this coloring book was published, Alaska and Hawaii became the 49th and 50th states. As an 11 year-old growing up in Oklahoma, I remember thinking how cool it was to have such exotic places become part of the United States.You can find the previously posted countries by
INSTANT Download. Arctic animals clip art. Caa_3_bw. Personal and commercial use
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Colour In Eskimo Character.
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Doll Card Eskimo Doll Dolls of Many Lands Vintage | Etsy
This postcard is one of a set of 20 from the 1950s featuring dolls from many countries. This one features an Eskimo Doll. She is lovely in her colorful hooded coat and holding boots, holding her own doll. Like all of the postcards in this series, the colors are bright and the details are beautiful. The card is in very good condition with a minimal amount of aging to it. The back is unused. To see all of our great postcards, visit…