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==Works Cited==
 
==Works Cited==
  
*Edison, Thomas A. ''Phonograph-Doll.'' United States Patent Office.  Patent No. 456301. July 21, 1891.
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*Edison, Thomas A. "Phonograph-Doll." United States Patent Office.  Patent No. 456301. July 21, 1891.
  
 
*Formanek-Brunell, Miriam. ''Made to Play House: Dolls and the Commercialization of American Girlhood, 1830-1930.'' New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993.
 
*Formanek-Brunell, Miriam. ''Made to Play House: Dolls and the Commercialization of American Girlhood, 1830-1930.'' New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993.
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*Hillier, Mary. ''Dolls and Doll-makers.'' London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1968.
 
*Hillier, Mary. ''Dolls and Doll-makers.'' London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1968.
  
*Jacques, William W (Assignor to the Edison Phonograph Toy Manfacturing Company). ''Phonograph-Doll.'' United States Patent Office.  Patent No. 400851. April 2, 1889.
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*Jacques, William W (Assignor to the Edison Phonograph Toy Manfacturing Company). "Phonograph-Doll." United States Patent Office.  Patent No. 400851. April 2, 1889.

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Phonograph Doll...

Brief description and audio of a phonograph doll: http://exhibit.chautauqua-inst.org/doll.ram (Source: Chautauqua Institution at the Smithsonian)

Works Cited

  • Edison, Thomas A. "Phonograph-Doll." United States Patent Office. Patent No. 456301. July 21, 1891.
  • Formanek-Brunell, Miriam. Made to Play House: Dolls and the Commercialization of American Girlhood, 1830-1930. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993.
  • Hillier, Mary. Automata & Mechanical Toys: An Illustrated History. London: Jupiter Books, 1976.
  • Hillier, Mary. Dolls and Doll-makers. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1968.
  • Jacques, William W (Assignor to the Edison Phonograph Toy Manfacturing Company). "Phonograph-Doll." United States Patent Office. Patent No. 400851. April 2, 1889.