Vintage Handmade African-American doll from the early 1980's in good condition. Doll is adorned with pigtails, printed clothing, a 1983 pin advocating for a national holiday recognizing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a vintage Continental Societies pin. See photos for condition/wear & tear. Fabric on feet is open and stuffing is showing. Measures 24" tall.
About: It is unknown how/where these dolls were made and if the MLK pin and Continental Societies ribbon were added by the owner post-production. 1983 marks the year President Reagan signed the bill to make Dr. Martin Luther King Day a nationally-recognized holiday. Continental Societies (represented on the vintage ribbon) was a non-profit organization founded in 1956 by a group of women and continues to operate today. Learn more here.
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