Baby Alive from 1974 Kenner Fun Catalog --this was taken off the market--kids would feed it REAL foods that would just rot and stink inside the doll, was quietly pulled from the shelves a few months after it came out. YECCH
Betsy Wetsy doll ad from the 50's. The Ideal Toy Co. started manufacturing her in 1935, named after the head of the company, A. Katz's, daughter. She was one the first of the popular dolls to also be offered in ethnic versions.
Oh wow I found them. This is the set of paper dolls from my childhood that I have been looking for for soooo long. I had mountains of paper dolls as a child. They were my favourite things to play with and this was my favourite set.
The Tubsy Doll was a babydoll made by Ideal in 1967 and 1968. She came with a little bath tub and was battery operated. When she was in her tub and you turned her on, her arms would move up and down to splash in the water.