Date: 
2001
Author: 
Jean



When I was 16, way back in 1966, I started my first job with the phone company. Every day when I went to work, I would pass a doll store. I would leave for work early, so I could look at a doll that had captured my heart.

The following week when I got my first paycheck, and as soon as I cashed it, the first place I went to was that doll store. I gave up my bus fare for a week and walked to work, so that I could buy this precious doll.

I lived with a very abusive sister, and this doll seemed to know how I felt. She had the same look on her face that I wore on mine for years.

I lost her to a fire in 1993. If anybody has her for sale at a reasonable price (I am on a very fixed income) please let me know. I would love to have her back in my life.

She was made in 1965 by Hasbro, her name is “Little Miss No Name.” She has the large moppet eyes, a burlap dress with a patch on it, and she held her hand out as if begging for help.