From the exhibition:
Toys and Games: A New Mexico Childhood
New Mexico History Museum
The porcelain doll at left belonged to famed curator and collector E. Boyd as a child. The dress with lace trim at the top was created by her grandmother.
New Mexico History Museum 00971.45b, gift of the Boyd family.
The terra cotta doll shown at right is believed to have been carried up El Camino Real from Mexico. The dress was likely created at a later date.
New Mexico History Museum 11277.45, gift of the Montoya family.
Photo by Blair Clark, New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs.
Note: Representative image at left is often cropped for display purposes. Downloaded high-resolution images are not cropped.