My Dolly's Home by Doris Davey after Helen Waite (London: Arts and General Publishers, 1921)
Images of Penance, Images of Mercy: Southwestern Santos in the Late Nineteenth Century by William Wroth, with an Introduction to Part 2 by Marta Weigle (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1991)
Animals: 1419 Copyright-Free Illustrations, selected by Jim Harter (NY: Dover, 1979)
Valentino by Bernadine Morris (NY: Universe/Vendome, 1991)
Emilio Pucci by Mariuccia Casadio (NY: Assouline, 2003)
Chanel by François Baudot (NY: Universe/Vendome, 1996)
A pretty cool children's book, 98 years old.
A proto-pop-up book. That gate opens.
An imagined space in which a story of a Dolly name Betty has her existence.
See the little cabinets. They open.
This book seemed to want Mexican penance figures, Euro-models, and engraved animals.
Interactive. The fence swings.
Betty swings. Dolly, too.