Here you will find links to pages for many of the smaller manufacturers who produced dolls in the 20th century.
Beehler Arts was either an affiliate or a subsidiary of Ontario Plastics. They made hard plastic Ginny-type dolls as well as small glamour dolls under their the Beehler name, as well as the names Virga and Kim.
Belle made glamour dolls including Twixie, Marjorie and Margie.
Citro made the Polly Ponds doll.
Cosmopolitan made Ginger, Miss Ginger and Little Miss Ginger.
Dee an Cee was a Canadian company that made a variety of dolls, many of them licensed versions of popular American dolls.
Freundlich made composition dolls, most of them unmarked.
Gre-Poir made cloth and felt dolls in the late 20s and early 30s.
Kader is a model train company that also made dolls for part of its history.
Kaysam-Jolly made vinyl dolls including several glamour dolls in the early 1960s. They were somehow related to Nasco.
Plastic Molded Arts (PMA) made hard plastic and vinyl dolls, as well as parts for other doll companies.
Earle Pullan was a Canadian company making composition, rubber, plastic and vinyl dolls from the 1940s to the '60s.
Sasha Dolls were made by Swiss artist Sasha Morgenthaler, and manufacturers in Germany and the United Kingdom.
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