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From Barbie dolls and G.I. Joes to the east coast's largest Shirley Temple collection, The Spencer Doll and Toy Museum is presented in memory of Amy Morris, a native of Rowan County, North Carolina, whose nearly 300 doll collection inspired the museum.
The North Carolina Museum of History has created an exhibit about toys from local citizens childhoods. But when a deluge of toys were donated for the exhibit, the Museum had to open up more space and took an extra year to pull together the exhibit. These are the stories behind favorite toys through the decades.