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47. All-original Lenci doll playing diabolo, 1920-1940. Ht. 21 inches.

  
48. Cloth dolls called "Ruffles," ca. 1930. Ht. 15 inches.

 
49. All-original Madame Alexander doll, 1937-48. Ht. 16 1/2 - 21 inches.


50. Effanbee dolls from the "America's Portrait Children" series, ca. 1939. Ht. 20 inches.

 
51. Madame Alexander and Effanbee "Skippy" dolls dressed in World War II military uniforms, ca. 1940. Ht. 14 - 15 inches.

 
52. Figurines designed and copyrighted by Bob Peterson, Lincoln, Nebraska, ca. 1940. Ht. 2 - 6 inches.

 
53. Manikin dolls with clothes from Miller & Paine, Lincoln, Nebraska, ca. 1940. Ht. 24 inches.

 
54. In appreciation of America's role in the Second World War, the people of France sent a railroad car filled with gifts to each state. These dolls, made from 1890-1930, were among the items received by Nebraska in 1948.

 

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