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  • Kerri Stephenson

    Kerry doll 1970. I still have mine.

  • Trisha Martinez

    I have mine thanks to my 2nd mom who had bought her at a garage sale and just this last year offered her back to me! Loved her! I got her in Madras OR! I was in kindergarten!

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