Southern N.H. Doll Show & Sale draws crowd

OVERLINE Southern New Hampshire Doll Show & Sale Photo by LORETTA JACKSON Those who cherish modern, vintage and antique dolls along with teddy bears and miniatures, ranging from tiny cars and dollhouses to fancy jewelry for Barbie dolls, found hundreds of delights at the Southern New Hampshire Doll Show & Sale, an event co-hosted by the Nellie Perkins Doll and Miniature Society and the Granite State Doll Club that was presented on Sunday, Sept. 23, at the Holiday Inn and Suites in Nashua. Here, Linda Wollen, left, a talented restorer of old dolls and a resident of Nashua, admires a gown-clad baby doll offered for sale by Pat Campbell, of Manchester, whose wares include a doll hugged here by Brenda Thomas, right, of Bedford.
Photo by LORETTA JACKSON Rose Neveu, 5, of Salem, embraces a Princess Barbie doll that was purchased along with some other toys at the doll show, an event that was enjoyed by family members happy to indulge the child in some souvenirs.
Photo by LORETTA JACKSON Jonathan Green, of Mason, displays at the doll show and sale some of his antique Raggedy Ann dolls, well worn beauties celebrating in 2018 their 100th anniversary, years spent making children happy during the span that documents their release in 1918 with the current manufactures of 2018.
Photo by LORETTA JACKSON An ample bit of culture clash at the doll show and sale is demonstrated by the exhibit of some vintage dolls nearby a quintet of authentically costumed members of Kiss, a group of glam rockers known for on-stage hijinks that included fire breathing and pyrotechnics.
Photo by LORETTA JACKSON An ample bit of culture clash is demonstrated by the exhibit of some vintage dolls nearby a quintet of authentically costumed members of Kiss, a group of glam rockers known for on-stage hijinks that included fire breathing and pyrotechnics.

Those who cherish modern, vintage and antique dolls along with teddy bears and miniatures, ranging from tiny cars and dollhouses to fancy jewelry for Barbie dolls, found hundreds of delights at the Southern New Hampshire Doll Show & Sale, an event co-hosted by the Nellie Perkins Doll and Miniature Society and the Granite State Doll Club that was presented on Sunday, Sept. 23, at the Holiday Inn and Suites in Nashua.