Raggedy Ann doll, and toy stores have had plenty of the popular children's dolls on display throughout the year.
Raggedy Ann was the product of a father's love for his daughter. American writer Johnny Gruelle from Cynthiana, Kentucky, drew the face on an old rag doll for his daughter, and soon the doll became a character in a series of books written and illustrated for young children by Gruelle. The cute character was created in 1915 as a rag doll illustration with red yarn hair, button eyes, and a triangle nose.
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