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Treasures

A publication dedicated to two dimensional paper gems.

Featured Paper Dolls: • Anne Frank • Juneteenth

June 2017


Treasures A publication produced by Nova M. Edwards, LVK Paper Dolls. Volume 1, Issue 3 June 2017

Published by Nova M. Edwards lvkpaperdolls@aol.com

EDITOR ILLUSTRATOR

Copyright © 2017 by Nova M. Edwards, LVK Paper Dolls

Nova M. Edwards

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means – graphic, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or information storage and retrieval systems – without written permission of the publisher. The written instructions, illustrations, paper dolls, paper doll clothes, and projects are intended for the personal, noncommercial use and are under federal copyright laws; they are not intended to be reproduced in any form for commercial use.

Cover: Georgia Mae Juneteenth and Anne Frank Paper Dolls


Contents Instructions

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Note from the Editor

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Anne Frank Paper Doll

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Georgia Mae Juneteenth Paper Doll

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Instructions • Cut out the dolls and their dresses

• Use the tabs on the paper dolls’ clothes to secure the clothes on the dolls.

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Note from the Editor

As a dedication to the end of slavery and to Anne Frank, whose birthday is in June, this issue of Treasures contains the Georgia Mae Juneteenth Paper Doll and the Anne Frank Paper Doll.

Juneteenth, a combination of the words June and nineteenth, celebrates the announcement of the endvbb of slavery in the United States. On June 19, 1865, two and a half years after President Abraham Lincoln’s official January 1, 1863, Emancipation Proclamation, MajorGeneral Gordon Granger arrived in Texas with the news that the Civil War had ended and that the slaves were free. Prior to Major-General Granger’s arrival, many of the slaves in the south did not know that they had been freed. Juneteenth is an important event to remember and celebrate because it commemorates the beginning of liberty and the end of the brutal, demeaning system under which people were forced to do hard labor without pay and were denied basic human rights. Anne Frank (1929-1945) was a Jewish girl who was forced to go into hiding in an attempt to avoid cruel Nazi persecution. On her 13th birthday, June 12, 1942, Anne received a red plaid diary. With the exception of the first three weeks of having received her diary, Anne wrote about her life in hiding for two years. Anne went into hiding with her father Otto, her mother Edith, and sister Margot as well as four other Jewish occupants: Fritz Pfeffer and the van Pels family Hermann, Auguste, and Peter. As Anne desired to become a writer, her diary not only contained entries of her hopes and events that happened to her and the other occupants in hiding with her, she also wrote a collection of stories. Anne’s last diary entry was on August 1, 1944. On Friday, August 4, 1944, she, her family, and the other occupants in the hiding place were arrested and taken to concentration camps. Tragically, Anne, her mother, Margot, the van Pels family, and Fritz Pfeffer all perished in concentration camps. The only surviving member was Anne’s father Otto Frank who unselfishly published her diary, an act that ensured Anne Frank’s dream to become a published author. To learn more about Juneteenth and Anne Frank, visit these websites and museums below: http://www.juneteenth.com/history.htm “Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom,” by Dr. Charles A. Taylor Anne Frank Fonds: Founded by Otto Frank – www.annefrank.ch Museum of Tolerance: A Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum – www.museumoftolerance.com A Collection of Anne Frank’s Stories – www.annefrank.ch/annes-world.html -Nova Edwards

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Anne Frank Paper Doll

Anne Frank Paper Doll © 2015 LVK Paper Dolls, Nova M. Edwards

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Harriet Tubman Paper Doll | $10 • • • • •

One Harriet Tubman Paper Doll Five dresses Attached stand Envelope to store doll and clothes Brief biography www.lvkpaperdolls.etsy.com

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Susan B. Anthony Paper Doll | $8 • • • • •

One Susan B. Anthony Paper Doll Five dresses Attached stand Envelope to store doll and clothes Brief biography www.lvkpaperdolls.etsy.com

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Juneteenth Paper Doll

Georgia Mae Juneteenth Paper Doll © 2015 LVK Paper Dolls, Nova M. Edwards

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Amazon.com Historical Women Paper Doll 13-Month Planning Calendar $21.38 This colorful, educational, blank 13-month planner allows you to enter the month and dates. Each month spreads over two pages. Planner includes these four paper dolls and their brief biographies: Harriet Tubman (Civil War spy and Underground Railroad conductor), Clara Barton (American Red Cross founder), Frida Kahlo (esteemed artist), and Matilda Joslyn Gage (suffragist and abolitionist). Each paper doll has two dresses and there is a page for notes for each month. Available at: https://www.amazon.com/Historical-Women-Paper-13-Month-Planner/

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VIDA Dancing Costumes Modal Scarf $55 Modal scarf features ballerina costumes from LVK Paper Dolls (Š2010, 2015 LVK Paper Dolls). Designs are on a soft, luxurious fabric that will add a bold, modern statement to any wardrobe. Available at: https://shopvida.com/collections/lvkpaperdolls/products/dancing-costumes https://shopvida.com/collections/lvkpaperdolls/products/dancing-costumes

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Treasures June 2017  

Treasures is a paper doll magazine with paper dolls for personal use only. This issue is dedicated to Juneteenth and Anne Frank.

Treasures June 2017  

Treasures is a paper doll magazine with paper dolls for personal use only. This issue is dedicated to Juneteenth and Anne Frank.

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