Unfortunately, the name of the doll is not known now. This 35-centimeter American girl doll also is missing a shoe on one of her feet. Her eyes close when you lay her down.
At the welcoming ceremony held on July 19, 1927, the entire school sang the "Blue-eyed Doll" song to greet the doll. Also, for several years afterward this Blue-eyed Doll was displayed during Hina Matsuri (Doll Festival) along with Japanese dolls brought to the school by many students.
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