Dollhouse Alley is a shop where they build and restore dollhouses. The New Yorker was designed by a customer and built by the people behind Dollhouse Alley. The bottom floor is a music store, the top two floors an apartment.
Look baby! How perfect is this for you? I wish I could find this for you. I'd love to see your face opening it. It was pretty cool of Captain Bizarro to get you the dish sets. These three could help you tend house
I grew up in the 50's and we had a wonderful black lady, Annie, who kept us a lot. I loved her like my own Momma! And I wanted black baby dolls...there weren't nearly as many black baby dolls as white. But my Mother found me some. One was a lot like this one. I wish I still had it! So sweet!