Television Of The 1950s and AandH Dolls Mfg Brought Back The Early West In Many Ways
One of the most unusual AandH dolls is the Ken Murray's TV Glamour Cowgirl. She wears a very risque costume for the '50s with her chaps covering only bare legs. Waistband boasts "I Like the Wide Open Spaces."
Many variations of cowgirls and cowboys were manufactured by all companies during this era. The tiny gun toting images still bring a smile as they reflect the old west of the 1940s and '50s.
A Marcie majorette wears small oilcloth boots. Several of her "friends" are also pictured.
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