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[[images - six black and white photos of the "flight to nowhere"]] THE DOLL LEAGUE TO NOWHERE A new phenomena in entertainment used as a means of raising funds for charitable causes was unfolded on Saturday, December 5, 1971, when the famed Doll League Inc. of New York sponsored a flight to nowhere aboard an American Airlines 747 Flagship. The crew of the League, namely, Carole Brantley, Dorothea Church, Patricia Cobb, Andrena Cook, Ann Glass, Arlene Howard, Barbara Jacket, Beatrice Kendall, Mary Lopez, Barbara Marson, Loyrdes Ortiz, and Al Marango invited a host of friends to come aboard with them to
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