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24. Composition Oriental doll, ca. 1890,
Ht. 18 inches.
 24.
This doll was given in 1891 to
Grace Leal Crozier, Polk County,
Nebraska, by Rebecca J. Watson,
a Methodist Missionary in Japan.
The doll is named Kiyroka San
Maizaka after a Japanese girl
who worked for Miss Watson.

 
25. Bisque head dolls from Thuringia, Germany, 1910-1919. Ht. 18 - 28 inches.


26. Bisque Oriental character baby dolls, 1900-1919. Ht. 16 1/2 - 17 1/2 inches.

 
27. Homemade topsy-turvy dolls, ca. 1905. Ht. 13 1/2 inches.

 
28. "Dusky Dude" sold by Montgomery Ward & Co. in 1903 for 50¢. Ht. 13 inches.

 
29. Bisque head doll dressed as a bride in crepe paper, used as a table decoration, 1900-1912. Ht. 9 1/2 inches.

 
30. Cutout printed cloth doll, ca. 1900. Ht. 16 inches.

 

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