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Creation Date

20th century

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Date Available

June 2014

Description

Plastic doll is wearing a habit worn by the Religious of the Assumption, which was founded in Paris in 1839 by Saint Marie Eugénie Milleret. The doll is wearing a purple dress, which has a white cloth cross stitched onto the front, and a white wimple with a white veil. A blue cord belt with purple tassels hangs from the doll's waist, and a black rosary hangs from the belt.

Provenance

Donated by Pauline A. Money

Keywords

Catholic sisters, nuns, religious orders, dolls, habits, Religious of the Assumption, Assumption Sisters

Identifier

ND0064

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Keywords

Catholic sisters, nuns, religious orders, dolls, habits, Religious of the Assumption, Assumption Sisters

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