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"I am a daughter of adventure" is how the outspoken Margaret Tobin Brown described herself to a reporter in 1923. She went on to say that "this means I never experience a dull moment and must be prepared for any eventuality. I never know when I may go up in an airplane and come down with a crash, or go motoring and climb a pole, or go off for a walk in the twilight and return all mussed up in an ambulance. That's my arc, as the astrologers would say. It's a good one, too, for a person would had rather make a snap-out than a fade-out of life".
Produced exclusively for the Molly Brown House Museum by National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum. Individually numbered to only 500.
Roughly 7 1/2" tall.