It may be late (let's just say I have a habit of under estimating the time needed to do anything)
It may be incomplete (and I've learnt a very important and hard lesson about backing things up. I left the missing Page 4 in the index as a memorial to all Wendy's hard work, which I managed to delete with a single keystroke...)
It's sure to have typos, no matter how many times I've read it (please let me know if you spot one so I can fix it)
And I'm sure to have overlooked some vitally important detail.
But, I'm proud to say the February 2010 issue of the Dolls' Houses Past and Present ezine is now live.
Thanks to all the contributors for the fabulous information packed articles they produced. And thanks once again to you, our readers, for your patience during this time of change. I look forward to your feedback.
Page 1. Cover
Page 2. Index and intro
Page 9. Erna Meyer dolls by Barbara King
Page 11. Buying at auction by Barbara King
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