1.About the Author

Nancy C. Felix-Moore has collected and studied dolls for 35 years. She joined U.F.D.C. (United Federation of Doll Clubs) and has retained her membership for 30+ years.  Nancy has been a member of several local doll clubs where she has given many study programs about dolls. She exhibited dolls in The Wichita Art Museum in Wichita, Kansas, the Kansas City Toy and Miniature Museum in Kansas City, Missouri, and The Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene, Kansas. She exhibited her entire BAPS dolls and puppets collection along with a room full of dolls 8″ and smaller  in July 2015 at the UFDC international convention  special exhibit in K.C.   Her passion for dolls and desire to share her knowledge are unlimited. Besides her love of dolls, she has a life-long love of books, especially children’s books. She feels this came from several childhood influences. Her Grandparents Felix (Sis & Pop) gave her a set of My Book House Books that are full of fairy tales and nursery rhymes. Her Uncle Don Dawson gave her several books, Heidi, Grimm’s Fairytales, and Little Women in particular. She still has all of those books plus many more. Nancy was the oldest of 5 children and reading was her get-away time. She feels that the stories and poems give her a greater understanding and appreciation of the many BAPS dolls and puppets depicting those childhood friends.


2 thoughts on “1.About the Author

  1. So very pleased to see you accomplished your goal and have a wonderful history in print.
    What a legacy for all of us! Thanks, Dorothy Koch

  2. Pingback: Tiny Dolls Take Center Stage at the UFDC “Small Dolls, Big Dreams” Special Exhibit | Dolls with Denise Van Patten

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