Just wanted to show just how good Cedar Wood’s hair is out of box. The curls I have on this doll are really really pretty! - especially how they flow to one side. This is the first eah doll I’ve gotten and not need led to restyle the hair for. Also her legs bend really easily and she can sit down fine. I’ve found that I’ve had no leg trouble with any of the newer dolls so I think they’ve fixed that issue!
I might be wrong though and have just gotten lucky.
George Stuart doll of Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex 1590s
Extra thanks to Lindsay for finishing her MLS and getting hired full time so I can call her “librarian” there for the first time :)
Thanks to librarian Lindsay Morecraft for supplying perfectly appropriate thumbs for this shot.
Facsimile edition of the 15th century (ca. 1460-1477), heart-shaped Chansonnier de Jean de Montchenu (Ms. Occ. Rothschild 2973) housed in the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
Polyphonic chansons for 2-4 voices.
Choir book is in the shape of a heart. Issued in leather case (23 cm.).
Contains Middle French and Italian secular pieces by or attributed to Barbingant, Fedé, Bedingham, Dufay, Dunstable, Binchois, Frye, Busnois, Caron, Cornago, Ghizeghem, Morton, Ockeghem, Vincenet and others.
One of 1380 numbered copies signed by a notary.
Rita Benton Music Rare Book Room FOLIO M2 .C428 2010
University of Iowa.
This gives me feelings one probably shouldn’t have about books.
That is a daily job hazard in Special Collections.
Also, congratulations and well done on the MLIS! :)