|Little Dutch girl from Germany,|
belonged to my mother, Dorothy F. Stewart Broadfoot
She replied that she didn't have room to store it in our small house in "The Plat" but she did save some of the furniture in the dollhouse. I put those in my daughter's dollhouse and she recently sold them. The only things I didn't give to my daughter, I carefully packed away. Today, those items live in my mother's "perfume" shelf. I think they would make excellent Sentimental Sunday posts.
I don't think she's valuable. She has a stamp on her that says Germany.
When I married hubs, his father told me they were of Dutch descent. It wasn't for several years that I decided to investigate his surname. It was German! (Frazel, Frauzel, Frossel)
To his dying day, my father-in-law insisted that Germany was not right. What can you do about false family tales! Oh, well.