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Jo Moore Stewart Showcases
Her Miniature Palace


Jo Moore Stewart, director of Publications in the Office of Communications, is mad about dolls of all sizes. An avid and renowned miniatures and doll art collector, Stewart is featured in an impressive, 11-page spread in the July issue of Miniature Collector, the world's premiere favorite dollhouse and miniatures magazine.

Gracing the pages is "Alice's Palace," fantastical episodes that follow the adventures inspired by the Lewis Carroll childhood classics Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass. Readers, collectors and doll enthusiasts alike will be awed by the furnishings that adorn and inspire the lifelike, custom-designed, 3-feet-tall dollhouse, which comes complete with three floors, dual side access, stairway, grand foyer entrance, 72 lights and 11 rooms.

The magazine features Stewart’s expression of artists’ interpretations of Alice. Inspired by a hologram image of Alice going through the looking glass, Stewart includes most of the familiar characters encountered in Alice in Wonderland as well as one-of-a-kind dolls of Jo and her sister, Marie, who started their doll collecting at the ages of 5 and 8. There’s also Alice in various sizes, including one on the roof, a one-of-a-kind falling Alice, as well as the Mad Hatter angry rabbit. 


For more information on Stewart’s miniature collection, visit:

View "Alice's Palace" in Miniature Collector

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