Barbara Condon's Doll Collection 03-26-13
Photos by John Ehlke
Bernice Strauch of West Bend smiles while reading cards made for her by Green Tree Elementary kindergarden students during Ladies High Tea at the Lighthouse of West Bend in West Bend on Tuesday afternoon. Strauch and fellow Lighthouse of West Bend resident Elaine Hafemeister volunteer at Green Tree Elementary with the kindergardener students. Every Tuesday since the fall, the two have been helping kindergarden students with their reading. The class made Strauch and Hafemeister Easter cards. DBarbara Condon shows off a sample of her antique dolls during Ladies High Tea at the Lighthouse of West Bend in West Bend on Tuesday afternoon. The dolls on display where from Europe around the 1890 period according to Condon.  Condon has been collecting dolls since she was a little girl. "Everywhere I went I had a doll with me," said Condon Barbara Condon shows off a sample of her antique dolls during Ladies High Tea at the Lighthouse of West Bend in West Bend on Tuesday afternoon. The dolls on display where from Europe around the 1890 period according to Condon.  Condon has been collecting dolls since she was a little girl. "Everywhere I went I had a doll with me," said Condon. A K Star R doll in a brown carriage both from Europe around the 1890 period is shown around the room during Ladies High Tea at the Lighthouse of West Bend in West Bend on Tuesday afternoon. The dolls on display are apart of a collection of Barbara Condon.  Condon has been collecting dolls since she was a little girl. "Everywhere I went I had a doll with me," said Condon. One of the antique dolls belonging to Barbara Condon on display during Ladies High Tea at the Lighthouse of West Bend in West Bend on Tuesday afternoon. The dolls on display where from Europe around the 1890 period according to Condon.  Condon has been collecting dolls since she was a little girl. "Everywhere I went I had a doll with me," said Condon.
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