Guide to the Tuesday Club of Sacramento records

Melissa Jones
Center for Sacramento History
551 Sequoia Pacific Blvd.
Sacramento, California 95811-0229
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Center for Sacramento History. All rights reserved.

Guide to the Tuesday Club of Sacramento records

Collection number: MS0014

Center for Sacramento History

Sacramento, CA
Processed by:
Melissa Jones
Date Completed:
2009
Encoded by:
Sean Heyliger
© 2013 Center for Sacramento History. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Tuesday Club of Sacramento records
Dates: 1897-2003
Collection number: MS0014
Creator: Tuesday Club of Sacramento
Collection Size: 16.25 linear feet (24 boxes)
Repository: Center for Sacramento History
Sacramento, California 95811-0229
Abstract: Tuesday Club of Sacramento records includes administrative and financial records of the Tuesday Club of Sacramento from 1897 through 2003. The Tuesday Club kept thorough account ledgers, property inventories, scrapbooks and correspondence. Club members documented their activities through a club historian, personal scrapbooks, and a monthly newsletter. In the 1970s, club members became involved in the Old Schoolhouse Museum and Old Sacramento. Guidebooks, tour pamphlets, docent materials, and artifacts concerning these two areas are found in the collection. Also included are artifacts concerning the 100th anniversary of the club and a former club president.
Physical location: SV: 7A3-5, 7B3-5
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English

Access

Collection is open for research use.

Publication Rights

All requests to publish or quote from private collections held by the Center for Sacramento History (CSH) must be submitted in writing to csh@cityofsacramento.org. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Center for Sacramento History as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the patron. No permission is necessary to publish or quote from public records.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], [box and folder number], Tuesday Club of Sacramento records , MS0014, Center for Sacramento History.

Acquisition Information

Donated to the Center for Sacramento History by Orene E. Dunzweiler in 2002 for the Tuesday Club of Sacramento.

Processing Information

Tuesday Club of Sacramento Collection processed by Melissa Jones, 2009. Finding Aid prepared by Melissa Jones, May 2009. Accessions #2007/032, 2015/029 added by Sean Heyliger in May 2019.

Biography / Administrative History

As women began to emerge more and more into nineteenth century public life, Mrs. Finley R. Dray developed the idea for a women’s literary group in Sacramento. After speaking to her friends in the city, 17 women gathered together in 1896 to form The Tuesday Literary Club. The founding members included Mrs. William Beckman, Mrs. B.F. Crocker, Mrs. A.A. Goddard, Mrs. C.H. Hubbard, Mrs. T.A. Snider, Mrs. E.I. Galvin, Mrs. S. Pope, Mrs. L. Tozer, Mrs. J. Frank Clark, Mrs. Mary Cushman, Mrs. Helen Hopkins, Mrs. P.L. Lykins, Mrs. A.C. Tufts, Mrs. Edward Twitchell, Mrs. H.M. La Rue, and Mrs. E. B. Purnell. Mrs. William Beckman served as the club’s first president. During the first four years of the organization members discussed literature and listened to lectures and papers presented by other members. The women followed rules of order and established by-laws. In addition, members started a Current Topics section and a Home and Education section. Members could attend these meetings in addition to the regular club meetings. In 1900, club president Luella Johnston changed the mission and direction of the organization. Progressive attitudes grew and the prominent women of Sacramento wanted a greater involvement in the civic affairs of their community. Members changed their name to the Tuesday Club of Sacramento and vowed:
. . . to form a recognized center for social and mental culture; to further educate women for the responsibilities of life; to encourage all movement for the betterment of society; and to foster a generous public spirit in the community.
Right away the newly named club took steps to improve their community. The club petitioned the city trustees for a matron at the city jail, started a cooking school for young girls, convinced the city to establish McKinley Park in East Sacramento, and petitioned the city trustees to no longer grant saloon licenses in residential areas. Furthermore, in 1904 the Tuesday Club formed a group of Sacramento women’s clubs known as the Woman’s Council. Together with the council, these groups actively campaigned for woman’s suffrage in 1911. The growing size of the Tuesday Club altered the organization’s structure. In 1896, the club met in member’s homes; however, local interest grew and members needed a regular meeting place. The club created a separate organization, which had its own board of directors and officers, to hunt for a permanent clubhouse as well as to handle the business affairs of the Tuesday Club. In 1905 the Tuesday Club House Association purchased a plot of land at 2722 L Street for $4,500. In 1912, construction ended on the new clubhouse. Moreover, in 1920 the Tuesday Club Auxiliary formed with 53 charter members. The auxiliary club allowed the unmarried daughters of club members to participate in Tuesday Club activities. Later, two auxiliary branches started in Fair Oaks and Roseville. The interests of club members changed as the club moved through the twentieth century. In 1903, the club invited Booker T. Washington to speak at the Crocker Art Museum. Members sold war bonds during World War I and World War II and used the clubhouse as an air raid shelter. In 1949, the club organized a picture rental gallery out of the Crocker Art Museum. The operation continued out of the museum until the 1980s. The club regularly added different sections for the interest of their members. Members joined sections for golf, art, Spanish, sewing, bridge, travel, historical and antiques, photography, and home and garden. The club founded a monthly newsletter to increase communication with their large membership. The Tuesday Club moved away from civic affairs and developed into a purely social organization for women. Members hosted doll exhibits, place setting competitions, musical productions, and fashion shows. Furthermore, the club assisted with city celebrations such as the golden spike. The Tuesday Club remains active in Sacramento; however, the clubhouse did not survive. In September 1950, a fire destroyed the 1912 clubhouse. During reconstruction members held meetings at the Alhambra Theatre and the Scottish Rite Center. Shortly after the fire, President Mildred Christian moved to dissolve the T.C.H.A and once again combine the business and social affairs of the club. The new clubhouse reflected modern 1950’s architecture. Unfortunately, due to the women’s movement membership declined and the club lost revenue. As a result, in 2002 the Tuesday Club building was torn down to make room for Sutter Medical Center. As of 2009, the club moved to the Arden area.

Scope and Content of Collection

The first series contains various administrative records from the organization. Members kept detailed minutes at both board of directors meetings and regular club meetings (1897-1994). The minutes, both in book and loose-leaf form, include treasurer reports, job assignments, correspondence, budgets, and section updates. Financial record books portray individuals who purchased stock in the organization, dues collected, and the expenses for events and daily activities. Unfortunately, these records suffered water damage. The records encompass transactions from 1901-1987, but the data is not inclusive. The Property Distribution Committee reports and a partial inventory of the club’s assets (1998) contain information of particular interest to the researcher. The series also includes histories of the organization. Handwritten historical reports and scripts from club productions provide information about club activities as well as the values of the club.
The second series encompasses the administrative records for the Tuesday Club House Association. Meeting minutes from the board of directors (1910-1920 and 1951-1953) and financial documents (1930-1938) detail the mission and activities of this separate organization underneath the Tuesday Club of Sacramento umbrella.
The third series contains records related to the T.C. News, the club newsletter mailed out to the membership each month. The newsletters communicated details of upcoming events, club missions, and the activities of other club members. The club printed proofs of upcoming issues and maintained a T.C. News committee binder. The committee binder details the printing and editing process as well as local vendors available in Sacramento. This series ranges from 1958-1999, with a large gap between 1960 and 1974.
The fourth series focuses on various ephemera related to the activities of the organization. Records regarding tourism in Old Sacramento and the Old Schoolhouse Museum make up the bulk of this series. A majority of the materials are not dated. Tour guidebooks, docent materials, and articles on one room schoolhouses are included. Programs and news clippings, predominately focused in the 1950’s and 1960’s, center on club sponsored events. Correspondence involving long-time club member Mrs. Oren (Frances) Burt is also found in this series.
The fifth series consists of scrapbooks compiled by members of the organization. The books display articles, photographs, cards, programs, corsages, and correspondence. The series includes three scrapbooks created by past presidents of the Tuesday Club: Mrs. Verne Gleason (1980-1981), Mrs. John Stroh (1962-1963), and Mrs. Meredith Jones. Scrapbooks dedicated to various sections or hobby groups may also be found in this series. This series also includes a collection of photographs, both in B/W and color, from the Arts and Crafts section (1976-1977) and various other club activities.
The sixth series contains oversized tabloids concerning tourism in Sacramento. The tabloids are not dated but focus on historical landmarks and dining.
The seventh and final series contains a multitude of artifacts created by or concerning the organization. A wide array of multicultural clothespins dolls, a woven basket, a handheld chalkboard, a Tuesday Club 100th anniversary commemorative bulb, and the pin of a former member make up this series.

Arrangement

Series 1. Administrative records Series 2. Tuesday Club House Association Series 3. T.C. News Series 4. Scrapbooks Series 5. Ephemera Series 6. Artifacts

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Women--California--Sacramento
Women--Societies and clubs
Sacramento (Calif.)--History


Collection Contents

 

Series 1. Administrative records

Physical Description: 10 boxes

Series Scope and Content Summary

Includes detailed minutes at both board of directors meetings and regular club meetings (1897-1994). The minutes, both in book and loose-leaf form, include treasurer reports, job assignments, correspondence, budgets, and section updates. Financial record books portray individuals who purchased stock in the organization, dues collected, and the expenses for events and daily activities

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by year
 

Series 1.1 Meeting minutes

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1897-1897

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1898-1899

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1899-1901

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1901-1902

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1902-1903

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1903-1904

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1904-1905

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1905-1906

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1906-1907

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1907-1908

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1908-1909

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1909-1910

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1910-1911

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1911-1912

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1912-1913

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1913-1914

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1914-1915

Box 1

Meeting minute ledgers 1915-1916

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1925-1926

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1926-1927

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1927-1928

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1928-1929

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1929-1930

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1930-1931

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1931-1932

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1932-1933

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1933-1934

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1934-1935

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1935-1936

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1936-1937

Box 20:1

Board of Directors meeting minutes with Treasurer’s report 1936-1937

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1937-1938

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1937-1940

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1943-1946

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1947-1948

Box 2

Meeting minute ledgers 1948-1950

Box 3

Meeting minute ledgers 1950-1951

Box 3

Meeting minute ledgers 1950-1951

Box 3

Meeting minute ledgers 1951-1952

Box 3

Meeting minute ledgers 1952-1953

Box 3

Meeting minute ledgers 1953-1954

Box 3

Meeting minute ledgers 1954-1955

Box 3

Meeting minute ledgers 1955-1956

Box 3

Meeting minute ledgers 1956-1957

Box 3

Meeting minute ledgers 1957-1958

Box 3

Meeting minute ledgers 1958-1959

Box 3

Meeting minute ledgers 1959-1960

Box 3

Meeting minute ledgers 1961-1962

Box 4

Meeting minute ledgers 1962-1963

Box 4

Meeting minute ledgers 1963-1964

Box 4

Meeting minute ledgers 1964-1965

Box 4

Meeting minute ledgers 1965-1966

Box 4

Meeting minute ledgers 1966-1967

Box 4

Meeting minute ledgers 1967-1968

Box 4

Meeting minute ledgers 1968-1969

Box 4

Meeting minute ledgers 1969-1970

Box 20:2

Board of Directors meeting minutes 1970

Box 5

Meeting minute ledgers 1970-1971

Box 20:3

Board of Directors meeting minutes 1970-1971

Box 20:9

Meeting minutes 1970-1971

Box 5

Meeting minute ledgers 1971-1972

Box 5

Meeting minute ledgers 1972-1973

Box 5

Meeting minute ledgers 1973-1974

Box 5

Meeting minute ledgers 1974-1975

Box 5

Meeting minute ledgers 1975-1976

Box 5

Meeting minute ledgers 1976-1977

Box 5

Meeting minute ledgers 1977-1978

Box 6

Meeting minute ledgers 1978-1979

Box 6

Meeting minute ledgers 1979-1980

Box 6

Meeting minute ledgers 1980-1981

Box 6

Meeting minute ledgers 1981-1982

Box 6

Meeting minute ledgers 1982-1983

Box 6

Meeting minute ledgers 1983-1984

Box 7

Meeting minute ledgers 1984-1985

Box 7

Meeting minute ledgers 1985-1986

Box 7

Meeting minute ledgers 1986-1987

Box 7

Meeting minute ledgers 1987-1988

Box 7

Meeting minute ledgers 1988-1989

Box 7

Meeting minute ledgers 1989-1990

Box 7

Meeting minute ledgers 1990-1991

Box 8

Meeting minute ledgers 1991-1992

Box 8

Meeting minute ledgers 1992-1993

Box 8

Meeting minute ledgers 1993-1994

Box 20:4

Board of Directors meeting minutes 1995-1996

Box 20:5

Board of Directors meeting minutes 1996

Box 20:10

Meeting minutes with job assignments 1996-1997

Box 20:6

Board of Directors meeting minutes 1997-1998

Box 20:7

Board of Directors meeting minutes 1998

Box 20:8

Board of Directors Meeting Minutes, January 1999-April 1999

 

Series 1.3 Financial records and correspondence

Box 21:1

Stock purchases ledger 1903-1929

Box 21:2

Accounts ledger Book 1925-1936

Box 21:3

Drama section ledger 1955-1959

Box 21:4

Proposed club budget 1986-1987

Box 21:5

Correspondence relating to asset liquidation 1996-1997

Box 21:6

Property Distribution Committee reports 1998

Box 21:7

Property Distribution Committee reports 1998

 

Series 1.4 Historian records

Box 21:8

Historical report of the Arts and Crafts Section 1954

Box 21:9

“Highlights from sixty-five years of Tuesday Club programs” play 1961

Box 21:10

“The best years of our lives” play and music list 1985

Box 21:11

“Tuesday Club- 95 years” report 1991

Box 21:12

“100 years of Tuesday Club programs” 1996

Box 21:13

“Tuesday Club auxiliary” undated

Box 21:14

Handwritten historian reports undated

Box 21:14

Handwritten record of Club gifts undated

Box 8

"Achievements: a history of the Tuesday Club of Sacramento, California vol. 1," by Merren Gillis Morton with an introduction by Mrs. Frank A. Edinger[two copies] 1933

Box 8

"History of the Tuesday Club of Sacramento being a continuing history, and sequel to achievements: a history of the Tuesday Club of Sacramento, California" [two copies] 1954

Box 8

Tuesday Club history 1954-1978

 

Series 2. Tuesday Club House Association

Series Scope and Content Summary

Includes Tuesday Club House Association minutes from the board of directors (1910-1920 and 1951-1953) and financial documents (1930-1938) detail the mission and activities of this separate organization underneath the Tuesday Club of Sacramento umbrella

Arrangement

Arranged by record type
Box 21:16

Board of Directors meeting minutes 1910-1920

Box 22:1

Board of Directors meeting minutes 1951-1953

Box 22:2

Tuesday Club expenditures book 1930-1938

Box 22:3

Annual statement 1933

 

Series 3. T.C. News

Physical Description: 1 box

Series Scope and Content Summary

Includes proofs and issues of, T.C. News, the club newsletter mailed out to the membership each month. The newsletters communicated details of upcoming events, club missions, and the activities of other club members. The club printed proofs of upcoming issues and maintained a T.C. News committee binder. The committee binder details the printing and editing process as well as local vendors available in Sacramento. This series ranges from 1958-1999, with a large gap between 1960 and 1974.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by issue
 

Subseries 3.1 Proofs

Box 23

Newsletter proofs October 1994-December 1995

Box 23

Newsletter proofs January 1996-November 1997

 

Subseries 3.2 Newsletters

Box 23:3

T.C. News October 1958-December 1959

Box 23:4

T.C. News January 1960- April 1960

Box 23:5

T.C. News April 1974-February 1978

Box 23:6

T.C. News March 1978-February 1979

Box 23:7

T.C. News March 1979- December 1980

Box 23:8

T.C. News January 1981-February 1982

Box 23:9

T.C. News March 1982- December 1983

Box 23:10

T.C. News January 1984- April 1985

Box 23:11

T.C. News October 1985- December 1986

Box 23:12

T.C. News January 1987-December 1988

Box 23:13

T.C. News January 1989- December 1990

Box 23:14

T.C. News January 1991-December 1992

Box 23:15

T.C. News January 1993-March 1994

Box 23:16

T.C. News April 1994- April 1995

Box 23:17

T.C. News May 1995- March 1997

Box 23:18

T.C. News April 1997-May 1999

Box 23:19

Subseries 3. 3 Committee binder 1962-1997

 

Subseries 4. Scrapbooks

Physical Description: 10 boxes

Series Scope and Content Summary

Includes scrapbooks compiled by members of the organization. The books display articles, photographs, cards, programs, corsages, and correspondence. The series includes scrapbooks created by past presidents of the Tuesday Club: Mrs. Verne Gleason (1980-1981), Mrs. John Stroh (1962-1963), and Mrs. Meredith Jones. Scrapbooks dedicated to various sections or hobby groups may also be found in this series. This series also includes a collection of photographs, both in B/W and color, from the Arts and Crafts section (1976-1977) and various other club activities

Arrangement

Arranged by section and chronologically thereafter
 

Subseries 4.1 Presidential scrapbooks

Box 9

President Mrs. John Stroh 1962-1963

Box 15

President Mrs. Roy Hann 1964-1965

Box 12

President Mrs. Meredith Jones 1972-1973

Box 14

President Mrs. Verne Gleason 1980-1981

Box 10

Book of memories vol. 1 [history of Tuesday Club presidents] 1967

Box 10

Book of memories vol. 2 [history of Tuesday Club presidents] 2000

Box 15

Press notes and pictures covering presidents 1950-1959

 

Subseries 4.2 Section scrapbooks

Box 9

Drama Section 1956-1957

Box 8

Drama Section 1957-1961

Box 11

Historical and Antique Section 1939, 1967-1998

Box 11

Arts and Crafts Section 1971-1980

Box 13

Arts and Crafts Section 1980-1984

Box 13

Bridge Section 1976-1995

 

Subseries 4.3 General scrapbooks

Box 16

Scrapbook 1928-1966

Box 17

Scrapbook 1936-1937

Box 11

Scrapbook 1963-1964

Box 11

Scrapbook 1965-1966

Box 14

Scrapbook 1980-1981

 

Subseries 4.4 Photographs

Box 24:19

Arts and Crafts section photographs from a photo album belonging to club member Myrtle Gillenwaters 1976-1977

Box 24:20

Photographs of Tuesday Club events 1950-1996

 

Subseries 5. Ephemera

Physical Description: 1 box

Series Scope and Content Summary

Includes various ephemera related to the activities of the organization. Records regarding tourism in Old Sacramento and the Old Schoolhouse Museum make up the bulk of this series. A majority of the materials are not dated. Tour guidebooks, docent materials, and articles on one room schoolhouses are included. Programs and news clippings, predominately focused in the 1950’s and 1960’s, center on club sponsored events. Correspondence involving long-time club member Mrs. Oren (Frances) Burt

Arrangement

Arranged by subject
 

Subseries 5.1 Old Schoolhouse Museum/Old Sacramento

Box 19:01

Old Schoolhouse Museum docent handbook undated

Box 19:02

Old Schoolhouse Museum visitor pamphlets undated

Box 19:03

Collected poems on single room schoolhouses and frontier life undated

Box 19:04

Collected articles and notes about single room schoolhouses 1992

Box 19:05

Pastel sketches of the Old Schoolhouse Museum by Frances Burt undated

Box 19:06

“Old Sacramento Schoolhouse Coloring Book” 1988

Box 19:07

Old Schoolhouse Museum Ten Year Commemorative Booklet designed by Frances Burt, 1986 and “Honorary Schoolhouse Museum PTA Membership Card for Frances Burt 1977

Box 19:08

Guide to Old Sacramento by Robert Miller 1976

Box 19:09

Article “A Walking Tour of Sacramento History” with map published in the Sacramento Bee 1980

Box 19:10

California State Railroad Museum, “Old Sacramento interpretive walking Tour” and “Guided Tour” pamphlet of Old Sacramento with hand drawn map undated

Box 19:11

“Public Art in Sacramento” tour pamphlet undated

 

Subseries 5.2 Printed materials

Box 19:12

Programs and announcements for Club events 1946-1999

Box 19:13

Poems collected and compiled by Club members 1977-1978

Box 19:14

Arts and Crafts Section annual programs 1979-1982

Box 19:15

Note cards from a President’s address at “Escort’s Night” undated

Box 19:16

Handwritten copy of The Sacramento Cookery Book: The Culinary Heritage California’s Capital by Sally A. Clifford excerpt from page 115 “The Club Woman’s Delight” Recipe originally published in 1908 1982

 

Subseries 5.3 Correspondence

Box 19:17

Frances Burt correspondence 1994-1998

 

Subseries 5.4 News clippings

Box 19:18

Local news clippings of Tuesday Club events and activities 1948-1982

 

Subseries 5.4 Books

Box 8

Backsheesh: a woman's wanderings travels in Europe, Asia Minor, Egypt, Syria and Palestine by Mrs. William Beckman [inscribed: "for my nephew Winfred compliments of the author Dec. 25th 1900"] 1900

Box 8

Unclean and spotted from the world by Mrs. William Beckman [inscribed: "For Winfred and Hattie Sims compliments of the author Nellie Sims Beckman Sacramento 1906"][two copies] 1906

Box 8

Beckie's book of bastings by Mrs. William Beckman 1910

Box 8

Memory's potlatches by Mrs. William Beckman 1913

Box 8

Adventuring in memory lands by Mrs. William Beckman 1924

Box 8

Thought-stitches from life's tapestry by Mrs. William Beckman 1925

Box 8

"Achievements: a history of the Tuesday Club of Sacramento, California vol. 1," by Merren Gillis Morton with an introduction by Mrs. Frank A. Edinger 1933

Box 8

"History of the Tuesday Club of Sacramento being a continuing history, and sequel to achievements: a history of the Tuesday Club of Sacramento, California" 1954

 

Subseries 5.5 Oversize tabloids

Box Missing

Sacramento Convention and Visitors Bureau, “Dining Guide” undated

Box Missing

Old Sacramento Illustrated Tour Guide undated

Box Missing

Sacramento Convention and Visitors Bureau, “A Brief History” undated

 

Subseries 6. Artifacts

Physical Description: 1 box

Series Scope and Content Summary

Includes artifacts created by or concerning the organization. A wide array of multicultural clothespins dolls, a woven basket, a handheld chalkboard, a Tuesday Club 100th anniversary commemorative bulb, and president's chair
Box McClellan

President's chair undated

Box unknown

Display case undated

Box 24

Glass bulb/ornament celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Tuesday Club of Sacramento undated

Box 24

Gold pin with link chain. Pin has a gavel hanging down from the letters “T” and “C”. The pin belonged to former club president Ruth Gleason undated

Box 24

Black box which originally contained a gold pin and link chain. The box is a glossy black with flowers and a rainbow on the lid undated

Box 24

Woven basket with a swivel carrying handle and latch undated

Box 24

Toy student desk with a red apple and a book on top undated

Box 24

Clothespin doll undated

Box 24

Clothespin doll undated

Box 24

Clothespin doll undated

Box 24

Clothespin doll undated

Box 24

Clothespin doll undated

Box 24

Clothespin doll undated

Box 24

Clothespin doll undated

Box 24

Clothespin doll undated

Box 24

Clothespin doll undated

Box 24

Clothespin doll undated

Box 24

Handheld chalkboard with a wooden frame undated