If you could own two pieces of Little House On The Prairie memorabilia which two

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    80stvfan

    [1]Sep 23, 2009
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    If I could own two pieces of Little House Memorabilia, I would own the Ingalls House, and their wagon. I always loved the Ingalls house. I would love to have that very structure in my backyard assembled or own it and have it assembled in Simi Valley CA were a good majority of the show was filmed. I would actually live in it as well. I would a also love to have their wagon. This may seem strange to some, but I'll explain. I loved their wagon. I love old antique wagons. Their wagon was how they got from place to place and how they carted their goods or belonging from place to place.

    If I could not own these two pieces of memorabilia, I would love to own Laura and Mary's dresses and Charles' and Mr. Edwards hats, because I love old clothing from this time period.

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    [2]Sep 24, 2009
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    Laura's red calico dress (to frame and display), but Melissa already beat me to it, and Idk maybe Laura's essay from Country Girls.
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    [3]Sep 24, 2009
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    I was going to say three pieces, so you can pick another one as well. I just couldn't fit the word three in the title of this topic, it was too long of a phrase for the box.
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    [4]Sep 30, 2009
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    Okay, if I get one more pick it would have to be Ma's China Shepherdess. Just imagine how much money what that would bring on eBay if Susan McCray put it up for auction! It's probably the single most iconic piece of memorabilia from the show.
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    [5]Oct 3, 2009
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    Mr. Edwards' flannel shirt (after a trip to the dry cleaners, of course) and Doc Baker's little black bag.
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    millerem99

    [6]Oct 3, 2009
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    Oh, and I'd definitely take one of the benches/pews from the Walnut Grove schoolhouse/church.
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    [7]Oct 10, 2009
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    Millerem, I figured you'd want some of The Oleson's furniture.
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    [8]Oct 25, 2009
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    catsmeow3 wrote:
    Millerem, I figured you'd want some of The Oleson's furniture.


    Some of their parlor pieces WOULD be nice to have, along with the Widow Thurman's set.
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    DrCook920

    [9]Oct 26, 2009
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    A candy jar from the Mercantile, Laura and Almanzo's bread plate and Caroline's trunk.
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