Annalee Thorndike and husband, Chip, lived on a chicken farm in Meredith. After the chicken farm failed in the early 1950's, Annalee was forced to get serious about her childhood hobby of doll-making. The old chicken coop became a design room. Chip became a salesman. Annalee became a doll maker. The mischievous and whimsical faces for her dolls began a great business still active today. The interesting complete history of the company can be found at annalee.com.
I apologize my pics are a little blurred. It is hard to discretely make pictures at a function.
There are varieties that only grow 3-4 feet high and others that may attain a height of up to 8 feet or more.
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