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June 11, 1994 | BOB POOL
They were the tiniest diplomats the world had ever seen. They had names like Doris, Alice, Ehime and Kagawa and they crossed the Pacific 67 years ago to help tear down barriers between the United States and Japan. They were children's dolls--among 12,797 that were part of the most unusual cultural exchanges ever staged between the East and West. Blue-eyed, gingham-clad figures were sent by Americans to schools throughout Japan.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 11, 1994 | BOB POOL
They were the tiniest diplomats the world had ever seen. They had names like Doris, Alice, Ehime and Kagawa and they crossed the Pacific 67 years ago to help tear down barriers between the United States and Japan. They were children's dolls--among 12,797 that were part of the most unusual cultural exchanges ever staged between the East and West. Blue-eyed, gingham-clad figures were sent by Americans to schools throughout Japan.
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