Posted 1 year ago
This is my 15 inch composition doll of a Wac (Army) doll . She is all original with her paper wav label still in place .
In January 1917, the government announced the establishment of a new voluntary service, the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC)
Ralph Freundlich started in the doll business in New York City during the 1920?s and in 1934 relocated his manufacturing operations to Clinton, MA. The company made composition dolls including mama dolls, celebrity dolls, storybook characters and military dolls. Their products were mostly cheaper quality but have personality. Most of their dolls are unmarked. After a fire destroyed the factory, the company filed for bankruptcy in 1945 and their assets were sold