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Raggedy Andy By Elliott McKinley
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Raggedy Andy is a concerto-fantasy for marimba and eleven instruments. Written for marimbist, Andrew Martin, this work also serves as a Ph.D. thesis composition for McKinley and his work at the... More > University of Minnesota.< Less
Raggedy Andy By Elliott McKinley
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Raggedy Andy is a concerto-fantasy for marimba and eleven instruments. Written for marimbist, Andrew Martin, this work also serves as a Ph.D. thesis composition for McKinley and his work at the... More > University of Minnesota.< Less
Raggedy Andy Doll Clothes Pattern - for 15 to 18 Inch Dolls By Susan Kramer
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PDF Ebook: Here are pattern pieces to make a one-piece shirt and pants outfit. Ready for you to cut out and use to dress your 15 to 18 inch Raggedy Andy doll or similar rag doll. Step by step... More > instructions are detailed and photos are included of completed outfit as well as cut out pieces. Top stitching details included. 11 pages.< Less
Friendly Fairies By Johnny Gruelle
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Johnny Gruelle (December 24, 1880 – January 9, 1938) was an... More > American artist, political cartoonist, children's book author and illustrator, and even songwriter. He is known as the creator of Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy.John Barton Gruelle was born in Arcola, Illinois, on December 24, 1880. A the age of two, he moved with his family to Indianapolis, Indiana, where his father, Richard Gruelle, who was a painter, became associated with the Hoosier Group of painters. Richard Gruelle’s friends included poet James Whitcomb Riley, whose poems “The Elf-Child”, later titled “Little Orphant Annie” (1885) and "The Raggedy Man" (1888), would form the basis for Johnny Gruelle's naming of Raggedy Ann.John Gruelle's cartoons first appeared in print in the Indianapolis Star in 1905. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnny_Gruelle< Less