1996

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Highlights from 1996 include: The introduction of The Oz Kids from Hyperion Entertainment; the Smithsonian's Ruby Slippers tour in a special exhibit; the Munchkins then and now; a look back at Oz connections in classic TV; Flying Monkey beer is introduced in Kansas (of course!); several nationwide Oz exhibits; our subscribers show off their Oz-crafted Halloween finery; the grave of Dorothy Louise Gage--the niece of Maud and L. Frank Baum who was the namesake for Dorothy--is discovered in Illinois, and Munchkin Mickey Carroll launches a crusade in her memory; a book and a postage stamp honoring Harold Arlen are released; Stephen Cox revises his very successful book, The Munchkins of Oz; and more!
Highlights from 1996 include: The introduction of The Oz Kids from Hyperion Entertainment; the Smithsonian's Ruby Slippers tour in a special exhibit; the Munchkins then and now; a look back at Oz connections in classic TV; Flying Monkey beer is introduced in Kansas (of course!); several nationwide Oz exhibits; our subscribers show off their Oz-crafted Halloween finery; the grave of Dorothy Louise Gage--the niece of Maud and L. Frank Baum who was the namesake for Dorothy--is discovered in Illinois, and Munchkin Mickey Carroll launches a crusade in her memory; a book and a postage stamp honoring Harold Arlen are released; Stephen Cox revises his very successful book, The Munchkins of Oz; and more!
Highlights from 1996 include: The introduction of The Oz Kids from Hyperion Entertainment; the Smithsonian's Ruby Slippers tour in a special exhibit; the Munchkins then and now; a look back at Oz connections in classic TV; Flying Monkey beer is introduced in Kansas (of course!); several nationwide Oz exhibits; our subscribers show off their Oz-crafted Halloween finery; the grave of Dorothy Louise Gage--the niece of Maud and L. Frank Baum who was the namesake for Dorothy--is discovered in Illinois, and Munchkin Mickey Carroll launches a crusade in her memory; a book and a postage stamp honoring Harold Arlen are released; Stephen Cox revises his very successful book, The Munchkins of Oz; and more!
Highlights from 1996 include: The introduction of The Oz Kids from Hyperion Entertainment; the Smithsonian's Ruby Slippers tour in a special exhibit; the Munchkins then and now; a look back at Oz connections in classic TV; Flying Monkey beer is introduced in Kansas (of course!); several nationwide Oz exhibits; our subscribers show off their Oz-crafted Halloween finery; the grave of Dorothy Louise Gage--the niece of Maud and L. Frank Baum who was the namesake for Dorothy--is discovered in Illinois, and Munchkin Mickey Carroll launches a crusade in her memory; a book and a postage stamp honoring Harold Arlen are released; Stephen Cox revises his very successful book, The Munchkins of Oz; and more!


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