Perspective character
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Name: Luna Teck
Gender: Female
Age: 49
Race/Ethnicity: American
Profession: Collector/Philanthropist

Home Location: Rochester, NY
Memberships/Factions: Museum of Fascination
Relationships: Homer Strong (Husband), Barbara Strong (Daughter)
Disposition: Daring, and reserved
High concept: Having the biggest doll collection in the world. She wants to share her love for collectors items to the world.
Special skills/abilities: She is a women who can golf, bowl, play archery, and billiards well. Her competitive nature comes from these sports, she went through competitions and won awards/prizes. She is also a competitive purchaser, this is how she has massive collections.
Notable flaws/weaknesses: Due to the deaths of her daughter and husband, she is very lonely. She can be too competitive at times to get what she wants, this is especially when it comes to any of her collections.
Memberships/Factions/Affiliations: Museum of Fascination
Basic appearance description (daily, avg): She is a female who is around 5'10". She usually is spotted very sophisticated clothes, sometimes has accessories she purchased from her travels. She is pale with black hair, and she is often seen wearing a hat.
Motivations:
Short-term motivation
Medium-term motivation
Long-term motivation
To get more collector pieces to show off in her new museum
To expand Museum of Fascination nationally.
To have the biggest number of collections in the world, with many of the collections in museums
that are all around the world. She wants to expand Museum of Fascination all over the world.


Narrative


Background (family, education, important life events)
In 1920, she married a lawyer named Homer Strong. She had a daughter named Barbara, who died at a young age in 1946. Soon after,her husband also passed away in 1958. She started to become lonely, but quickly went back to collecting to fill the void.

She was born into a wealthy family, so she was lucky enough to get a good education. She had private school education and went on many trips with her family. She learned a lot about culture through these trips, and they were the trigger to her love for collectors items. While she was a student, she was a little bit of an athlete. She was very competitive in both golf and bowling. She was also very interested in gardening. She even won competitions in flower ribbon arranging at International Flower Show in NYC in 1939.

She started the Museum of Fascination in 1968. She just extended her house to be a museum.

Current Biography (ca. 1921):
Margaret Woodbury Strong was born into a pretty wealthy family. She was inspired by her parents who were both collectors to become a collector herself. As a kid, she spent a lot of time traveling with her family where they went to visit various types of museums. In one of the trips, she found her love for dolls as a child. She was also an competitive bowler and golfer.

When she was 23, she married Homer Strong who was 43 at the time. They had one girl together, Barbara. She was very similar to her mother, but unfortunate died due to health issues at a very young age. Margaret also lost her husband early also, only after 12 years of their marriage. After his death, she become more involved in collecting.

Margaret collected around 27,000 dolls by the 1960s. She wanted to do something about her collection, and created a museum for it. They started to become popular and she started to get a reputation for them. She recreated her home to be a museum, and people all over the world came and wrote down their impressions. She died at age 72 before she could expand the "Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum of Fascination".