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doll from the 1900's

by Phyllis Heathcock
(Ohatchee, Al)


I have a doll given to me by my mother (80 yr old) that belonged to her fathers little sister. She passed away on their way from Texas and was buried on the bank of the Red River in the 1900's.


The doll has on a home made bride's gown hand stitched and a veil. The shoes have Fairyland toy prod., there is a # 16 on the dolls neck.

The doll itself is only 14 inches tall. I am trying to find out exactly how old the doll is. I am passing it on to my daughter but I want to know the stats on it first.
Somebody please help!

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Ur doll
by: Lulu

Sweet sue wedding day missing clothing Sears 1957

Jan 24, 2011
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doll from the 1900's
by: Diane

The doll pictured is from the 1950's. She is made of hard plastic and probably issed as a bride in this factory made dress.

Does she have a veil?

Her shoes are from a company that made doll shoes for many companies and also sold them in five & dime stores and toy shops.

Is she a walker? Hard plastic dolls were not made in the 1900's.

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