Friday, February 12, 2010

Paper People


Grace and I took a little trip across the sound last week to Edmonds to see the Paper People exhibit at the Edmonds Historical Museum. This is a sweet, small museum...only two floors...that was formerly the home of the Edmonds library and City Hall. The ground floor houses a permanent exhibit commemorating the centennial of the incorporation of the city of Edmonds with several full sizevignettes showing changes from 1890 through the 1950's. It's very charming and each vignette had so many of the old vintage things we love. Upstairs was full of paper dolls! I've taken some photos to share with you. This was a wonderful little exhibit. If you love paper dolls and you're stopping in Edmonds be sure to take a look!

The ferry from Edmonds pulling into Kingston


Donovan, the mellow yellow bug patiently waiting to board the ferry


The Edmonds Historical Museum

3 comments:

Catherine said...

What a wonderful exhibit - such precious Paper People! Your pictures bring them all alive - thanks so much for sharing these! Love the animals and the little teddy bear to accompany The Munsing Underwear doll. Too cute!

Scrap for Joy said...

I would have loved to ahve seen this exhibit! Looks like so much fun and interesting, too! I hope you received my email about the shredder...
Joyce

Gnome-N-Birdy said...

WOW! NO WAY - you made all this up and the images too right? WOW! Glad to know such things exist! Hey you won the Valentine's Giveaway over at Gnome-n-Birdy. Please send us your address (or e-mail is on our right sidebar towards to bottom) and I will notify Diane at Saturday Finds! Thanks for being part of our new blog!!!!! Chelsea Ann