Mint in Box Vintage Pee Wee Doll by Uneeda - 1966 -- I sure wish I had all mine back. When my brother and I got money to spend, we went to the toy store on base and he got Matchbox cars while I choose PeeWee dolls. These were the cutest!!!
My Buddy - The My Buddy doll line was made by Hasbro in 1985 with the intention of making a doll to appeal to little boys. Hasbro also introduced a companion Kid Sister for girls. Hasbro discontinued the line before the start of the 1990's and Playskool took over production, making changes to the likeness and clothing.
Vintage Hasbro Nurse Kit with Candy "pills"- healthcare in the 60's! The doctor kit was the same just this but different color. LOL I told my brother to touch the popcorn popper so I could fix his finger....HE DID!
Liddle Kiddles - dolls originally produced by Mattel in 1965. They were introduced at the 1966 New York Toy Fair. Initially about 3 inches tall, they were tiny by doll standards. The creator wanted the dolls to resemble little children in neighborhoods across America. The name Liddle Kiddles was actually taken from the words "little kid".