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Little Orphan Annie shadowettes

Little Orphan Annie shadowettes
Date: between 1931 and 1942
Six paper Little Orphan Annie Shadowettes made between 1931 and 1942. Little Orphan Annie was a daily syndicated newspaper comic strip from 1924 to 1968. The strip followed the adventures of Annie, her dog Sandy, benefactor Daddy Warbucks and secondary characters. It was made into a radio show (1931-1942), two films (1932 &1938), and a Broadway show (1977).

Paper Doll from the Shawnee Indian Mission, 14JO362

Paper Doll from the Shawnee Indian Mission, 14JO362
Date: 1839-1927
This paper doll was found in the southwest room of the East Building at the Shawnee Indian Mission in Johnson County. The paper doll appears to be dressed in a below the knee skirt, dress, or jacket with ankle-length pants or pantaloons showing beneath it. The Mission was built in 1839 for the Shawnee Tribe and closed in 1862. The life of the building did not end there. During the Civil War troops were quartered in the Mission, and later it saw use as a dance hall, dairy bottling plant, apartments, and a boarding house until becoming property of the state in 1927.

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