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My mother had this doll that was passed on to her probably by another relative. She is extremely old and deteriorating. I can't find a mark on her anywhere.
This is my late wife's doll she had as a child in the 1950s. I know absolutely nothing about it besides that. It has what appears to be a bisque head
This doll has been passed to me from my mother, given to her by my grandmother, who received from her mother, my great great grandmother. It has a paper
While cleaning out a basement closet, my husband ran across a doll case. Inside were 2 Indian Figure Dolls. I was able to identify 1 as a Skookum Bully
I'M 56 years old, and have dolls that belonged to my grandmother and her sister. From notes accompanying them, they date from 1895-1905. I was told that