That said, she is the "Barbie as Isadora Duncan" doll that I have seen in photos. Or rather a Teen Skipper as Isadora Duncan, but in any case, it's the right doll. Unlike the Saturday night centerpieces that had the metal wrist charms, the Friday centerpiece dolls had paper tags on their wrist or ankles with information about who the doll was supposed to represent and who created & donated the doll.
I'm just really surprised her "band of stars" lasted this long. They appeared fragile before and I wasn't certain they would still be in good condition nearly 20 years later.
As a side note, her body has been glued into the slightly "arched back" position, making her difficult to photograph without the proper stand - and though I have one, I didn't use it in the photo
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