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artist marla jackson holds a doll titled "Corporate Daycare," which was made by her mother, Fern Hale-Hopkins of Cleveland, Ohio. The dolls are on display this month along with Jackson's quilts at the Watkins Community Museum of History, 1047 Mass. Behind Jackson are two of her quilts "Corporate Daycare," left, and "Firstborn."

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