|Title||Doll; Cloth; Sneezy, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, (Disney); R. G. Krueger|
|Description||Plush doll of character "Sneezy" from Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves." Facial features are painted on molded cotton face. Beard is of white faux fur. Red shirt, yellow trousers, brown shoes, green hat and belt, and yellow shirt button and buckle are all made of oilcloth. The name "Sneezy" is painted on the front of the stocking hat with white paint. The doll is completely machine-sewn.|
|Year Range from||1937|
|Year Range to||1948|
|Material||vinyl / oilcloth, fur, cotton, paint|
|Made||Richard G. Krueger Dolls|
|Place of Origin||USA: New York, New York|
Cloth tag on right side of doll:
Authentic Walt Disney Character
R. G. Krueger
Rathburn, Elizabeth (Gaylord)
Character doll from Walt Disney's movie "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" which was released in 1937.
The R. G. Krueger Company was founded by Richard G. Krueger in New York City in 1917. Richard Krueger was also a producer of Cuddle Kewpie dolls during the late 1920s to 1930s.
This doll was collected by Elizabeth Gaylord Rathburn of Lincoln. Elizabeth was born in Fairmont, Nebraska. She married Howard Martin Rathburn in 1898. Howard was a general manager of Western Supply Company in Lincoln. They had four children: Winthrop, Margaret, Lois and Bette. Rathburn compiled an extensive collection of dolls from around the world, and donated them to the Nebraska State Historical Society in 1948.
|Credit line||Elizabeth Gaylord Rathburn, Lincoln (Lancaster), Nebraska|
|Collection||Rathburn, Elizabeth Gaylord|
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