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McCalls 820 from 1940: Printed pattern with transfer to make 19" high Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy dolls

Raggedy Ann has a fascinating history. Created by author John Gruelle for his daughter Marcella around 1915, she became a symbol of the anti-vaccination movement when Marcella died age 13 after being vaccinated against smallpox at school, without her parents consent.

Pattern is complete, cut, with cutting/construction instructions included.

Pattern pieces are in GOOD condition. See picture 4 for an example from this pattern.

Envelope is in fair condition.

1940 Raggedy Ann & Raggedy Andy Doll Pattern with Clothes McCall 820


  • Vintage Supply from the 1940s
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