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  • Donna Marcangeli

    This is the Amosandra doll from the Amos and Andy Radio Show from 1950's. This was my first and favorite doll I got for Christmas. I named her baby Sandra. Mom made us a look-a-like dress.

  • Loloma Eulalie Pearl

    cannot find my black doll that was really my sisters ...she had a tounge that moved and we fed her cookies so she rattled until we took her hand off and most came out

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