Buenos Aires: Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano Isaac Fernandez Blanco; Museo de Buenos Aires Museo Casa Fernandez Blanco Artes Aplicadas, (1998). color plates, ports., cat., color pict. wrps., OCLC: 319219093. Item #91601
Exhibition of 170 pieces (115 antique dolls and the rest accessories) that sisters collectors Maria and Mabel Castellano Fotheringham recently donated to the museum. Includes German, French and American dolls like the famous Francois Gaultier fashion dolls, articulated dolls with bisque heads created by Kämmer & Reinhart, mechanical automated dolls produced by former clockmaker Jules Nicolas Steiner, Emile Jumeau "Bébés" (or dolls in the image of a little girl), the Shirley Temple of the 1930's and the legendary Argentinean doll Marilú, created by Alicia Larguía in 1932. The collection is now part of the holdings of the Museo Casa Fernández Blanco.