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Catalog Number 8099-61
Title Doll; Porcelain & Kid; Woman
Object Name Doll
Description Doll with porcelain head and cloth body that is filled with saw dust. The hands are made of leather. Black painted hair and rosy cheeks. Clothing consists of a white underskirt and pantaloons, and a pink dress.
Date 1840s?
Material ceramic (porcelain), cloth, leather, sawdust
Used USA: Nebraska (Dodge), Fremont
Height (in) 14
People Moe, Ida Rogers
History This doll belonged to Ida Jane Rogers Moe. Ida was born in 1852 and was the daughter of Eliphus Hibbard Rogers and Lucy Goff Rogers. The Rogers came to Nebraska in 1957 and E.H. was a member of the Territorial Legislature and the first State Legislature. He also was in the banking and real estate business in Fremont.

Credit line Ida Rogers Moe Collection, Courtesy of Belle Noyes (Mrs. Rex) Moe and Margaret Rogers Moe (Mrs. Paul) Hall, Fremont, Nebraska
Collection Moe, Ida Rogers