When Jennie Graves opened “Ye Olde Vogue Doll Shoppe” in Somerville, Massachusetts, she set out to design superior quality clothing for high-end doll companies like Kämmer & Reinhardt. In the late 1940s, after more than 20 years running this successful small business, Graves introduced her own eight-inch composition doll. By 1951, demand for the miniature fashion doll had grown and Graves renamed the new hard-plastic series “Ginny” dolls,...Continue Reading