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Obama Family Russian Nesting Dolls
Ambassador Derek Shearer
David Hoffman, Former Moscow Bureau Chief Washington Post
Date Created and/or Issued
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Los Angeles: Occidental College, 2010
Contributing Institution
Occidental College Library
Occidental College Barack Obama, U.S. President and Alumnus (1980-1981)
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The Obama family Russian ""Nesting"" Dolls were purchased in the street in Moscow on January 2010. The largest figurine is of Barack Obama. The second largest figurine is of wife Michelle Obama. The third largest figurine is his daughter Malia wearing a ""Yes We Can!"" pin. The fourth figurine is his daughter Sasha wearing a "Yes We Will" pin. The smallest figurine is an image of the statue of liberty. They were donated by David Hoffman, former Moscow bureau chief of the Washington Post.
nesting olls
biggest: 5.25in H X 2.75in W X 3in D, second: 4in H X 2.5in W X 3in D, second: 4in H X 2.5in W X 2.5in D, third: 3in H X 1.5in W X 1.75in D, fourth: 2in H X 1.25in W X 1.25in D
Nesting doll, Obama, president
Moscow, Russia
Occidental College
Obama & Popular Culture
Obama and the Issues, Politics 265, Spring 2010

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