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This was my baby doll in 1949, purchased from the Montgomery Ward catalog for my Christmas gift that year. It came with two outfits, dress, bonnet, shoes, socks, diaper, flannel blanket. My mother made a third dress which will accompany the doll. I gave this doll great love and changed her outfits frequently.... quite a treasure to a 5-year old!

Measures10", all soft rubber Black Americana doll, with a sweet baby face.
Circa 1950.
Jointed body with molded black painted hair, brown painted eyes and open mouth.
The legs, torso and right arm are soft and supple with some discoloration. Legs move at juncture of torso and leg. Head can pivot.
The left arm is hard and and partially collapsed.
Baby doll from the Amos & Andy radio show.
Marked on the back of the doll:

Amosandra © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.
Designed by Ruth E. Newton
MFG. by the Sun Rubber Co. Barberton OH U.S.A. Pat. 2118682 Pat. 2160739.
Ships in the vintage shoe box that doubled as her sleeping accommodations.

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Vintage Amosandra Black Doll, Amos & Andy Radio Show

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: hard rubber, paint, fabric, cotton, cotton flannel, nylon underpants, nylon undershirt, paper shoes, cotton dresses, cotton bonnet
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 575 reviews
  • Favorited by: 5 people