Oil-painted Cloth Girl Doll, possibly Izannah Walker, Rhode Island, c. 1860s, oil-painted cloth head and sloped shoulders featuring blue eyes, pink mouth and cheek coloring, brown hair with tendrils framing the face, padded cotton arms, legs, and body with articulated fingers, wearing original hand-stitched printed cotton dress and underclothes, with a straw hat and wool mittens, ht. 18 in., accompanied by six printed "Reward of Merit" cards for "Mary E. Kelton"/"Rehobath/1864," a hand-painted printed children's booklet titled Cock Robin, a printed religious tract The Farmer and Soldier, an English Reader child's educational book dated 1828, and two floral brocade satin squares.
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