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Courtesy of Anaheim Public Library


Pinocchio, the Anaheim Public Library Mascot. [graphic]
Digital Anaheim


Pinocchio, the Anaheim Public Library Mascot, being interviewed by (left to right) Elva Haskett, Mabel and Helen Tozer; the Pinocchio doll was one of five hundred dolls made and distributed in 1929 by the San Francisco branch of the Macmillan publishing house with its new edition of the classic "Adventures of Pinocchio" by C. Collodi; Anaheim's Pinocchio survived the 1933 earthquake and the 1938 flood, although he lost a leg.


ca. 1950s (issued)

Contributing Institution:

Anaheim Public Library