(via American Doll: 1936 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

1936. Mount Holyoke, Mass. “Paragon Rubber Co. and American Character Doll. Building rubber doll moulds.” Photo by Lewis Hine, who seems to have moved on to bigger things once he was done snapping newsies. View full size.

(via American Doll: 1936 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

1936. Mount Holyoke, Mass. “Paragon Rubber Co. and American Character Doll. Building rubber doll moulds.” Photo by Lewis Hine, who seems to have moved on to bigger things once he was done snapping newsies. View full size.

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