Raggedy Andy, her brother, was born in 1920. Ann and Andy have been featured in numerous books. comics, cartoons, movies and even a musical. Raggedy Ann was especially popular during the depression and World War II because she reminded people of times gone by.302 - Classic Toys - 365 - Toys & Creative Play, ages 3-5 - Toys & Creative Play367 - Toys & Games, ages 6-8 - Toys & Games694
I’ve recently come into possession of a 1918 Raggedy Ann Stories, a 1920 Raggedy Andy Stories which I understand are in Public Domain. My question relates to the 1924 edition of RA and RA and the Camel with the Wrinkled Knees. I cannot find any information that this one is in public domain or not. I had rubber stamps made out of a picture out of the Raggedy Andy Stories book and am refurbishing pictures out of all 3 of the books to use on greeting cards and such. Any info you have about the Camel with Wrinkled Knees 1924 edition and copyright info will be appreciated. I have noticed that on all the pictures from that one, Johnny Gruelle has his copyright info on each one, so maybe it is not in Public Domain as yet.
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|Based on the Raggedy Ann and Andy books by Johnny Gruelle|
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The first commercial Raggedy Ann doll was designed in 1915 by Gruelle, and a few years later he produced Raggedy Andy. The two cloth rag dolls became a gigantic success and throughout the years were manufactured by various companies and makers. They are presently made by Applause and are available in toy stores and doll shows.
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