She has a closed mouth. Her Body is Cloth. Over the next few months I will be listing my Mother's 40 year doll Collection!
See, I promised my next post would be on an actual doll, and here I am, actually delivering! For once. This is Poor Pitiful Pearl, a Horsman doll from
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There was plenty to work with when Rini decided to search the vaults at Horsman. As the longest-established American doll company, the archives contain over years-worth of doll information, and run from the earliest china dolls with kid leather bodies, through cloth, composition, many plastics, to the latest modern materials. But having turned the key and blown away the cobwebs from that dusty back office, she was still keen to find out more — so she delegated our roving reporter to discuss Horsman with its owner and CEO, Kenneth Young.
A few years ago, while packing to move, I stumbled across my childhood dolls. Memories of "baby doll contests" flooded my mind. I had actually won a few ribbons.
My unmediated impressions and thoughts on, especially, theater and perhaps other topics of interest to me. My mother worked the horseman plant in Cayce West Columbia for many years until they shut down. Very interesting.
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InEdward Imeson Horsman started a toy and doll company in New York City and became a leader in the doll industry. In the beginning, they produced the trademarked name of 'Babyland Rag Dolls' an all cloth doll, a variety of Mama and Baby composition dolls wearing painted or molded hair, wigs, and sleepy painted eyes. From the toy firm used a new production process to make the 'Can't break Em' dolls.