Friday, June 18, 2010

Historic McLoughlin House and My Doll Hattie





My reproduction of a pre-Greiner doll, Hattie, now resides in the children's room in the beautiful, historic McLoughlin House in Oregon City, Oregon. The above picture is the same doll, but not seen in the museum, since we are not allowed to take pictures inside of the museum.

The pictures I have shown were procured via Google images. The house was built in 1845, and it is a half a block away from my house.

Just had to share!

6 comments:

DollZandThingZ said...

How wonderful! (And she is close enough so you can visit her once in a while!)

I think she will enjoy her new environment very much.

Finegan Antiques said...

Christine,

What a lovely old house. Your beautiful doll fits right in. Hope she will invite you over for tea sometime or maybe some refreshing lemonade. You could sit under the shade of a tree in the yard and chat, and giggle and have such fun!
Donna

Debby said...

She is amazing, and couldn't have found a more beautiful home, good for you.
Debby

Gwendie said...

Congratulations and such an appropriate name for a doll of this era!

Dolls from the Attic said...

She is stunning, and what an honor!
Beautiful pictures of the house.
Bisous
Marta

Suzanne said...

How exciting! We took a tour of the McLoughlin House a few years ago and I'm sure Miss Hattie is enjoying her new residence. That is so wonderful!