A plastic pale skinned female doll (doll associated with 1970s doll's house, inventory number 663517). With short nylon blonde hair, and blue eyes which are looking to the right, pale red lips and brown eyebrows. The doll is wearing an oversized nylon black dress, which has a white/pink/orange/yellow polka dot pattern, with full length sleeves elasticated at the cuffs, which stretch over the dol'ls hands. The neck and hem are trimmed white/pink lace, with a clasp at the back. The doll has white painted on ankle boots, which is starting to chip off at her toes and under her feet.
Donated to the Museum of Childhood by Mrs Joyce Howard-Monks in 2010. Part of the contents of the ‘Hobbies’ doll’s house – inventory number 663517 - made by the donor’s father, Ronald Graham (b.1902), for his two grandchildren Lynn Pick (b.1964) and Dawn Lawton (b.1966).