Here's what I wrote about her for the auction:
May I introduce Dot? She is an Old Fashioned Doll created from Edith Flack Ackley's 1938 book, "Dolls to Make for Fun and Profit". She stands approximately 14" tall. She is dressed in crisp white cotton organdy drawers and petticoat, a yellow and white polka dot dress trimmed in vintage green rick rack, featuring organdy under-sleeves that are hand embroidered in green to match the rick rack. She has pretty auburn hair styled in fluffy bangs and sleek ringlets. She is fully jointed for sitting, but I will include a stand with her so that her new owner will have some options. She is signed and dated by me, Bettsi McComb, on the back of her right leg. Dot is fun-loving yet sensible as you have probably surmised from her crooked, bemused smile. She will make a wonderful addition to the right home and be a cheerful companion to humans and dolls alike. She is hopeful that she can do some good for the very sweet Ava Grace.
I do feel as though she is missing something. What do you all think? I have some baskets that are the right scale- maybe have her hold one? She is cute. I really hope she can help little Ava and her family.