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  • The Great American Dollhouse Museum showcases over 200 dollhouses, miniature buildings, and room boxes, furnished in remarkable detail and populated with tiny people at work and play.

    Early American dollhouses were largely influenced by their Dutch and German forebears. In fact, by the early 19th century, German companies were exporting a great deal of to the United States. As color lithography became common in the , the rooms of dollhouses were often papered with brightly colored wallpaper, while the exteriors sometimes featured patterns resembling bricks. American companies producing dollhouses on a large scale in the first decades of the 20th century include Bliss Manufacturing, Converse Toy and Woodware, Schoenhut, Tootsietoy, and Dowst Brothers.

  • I’m really excited to share this DIY American Girl doll house project with you guys. I wanted to share it earlier, but it was a Christmas gift for Abby and Bella and I didn’t want to spoil the surprise.

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Also on display is one of the earliest American dollhouses first built for twin sisters in Philadelphia in 1820. Every generation that followed worked to preserve it until it was eventually donated to the Art Museum sometime in the 1980s. Before gifting it, the Rumford family spent the past century filling the house with tiny sentimental replicas of family heirlooms, including a chest-on-chest made of wood from a cigar box.