An Illustrated History of Race Relations in America #8

Original Caption:

First 'True' Colored Doll

New York -- Dr. Ralph Bunche and Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt examine the first "anthropologically true" colored doll to hit the market. Called the "Saralee Negro Doll," it was created by a White Southerner, Mrs. Sara Lee Creech (1951)


Christopher said...

Aunt Bea,What a yew got thar?..What r yew cookin' up NOW?

Broom said...

Could Eleanor get any cooler?

swac said...

Nobody doesn't love Saralee.