On February 1, 1911
Baby Tootsie Wootsie and toddler Schnickel-Fritz a Mr. Common People
doll (a cartoon character by Herbert Johnson), was registered on June 6, 1911
1912 Albert Schoenhut passed away and his six sons succeeded him
Harry Edison Schoenhut designed the bent limbed Baby doll
boy dolls 19" tall
1915 Miss Dolly
with decal eyes
Schoenhut Barney Google doll (cartoon character), 6 1/2" tall wooden doll
with his nailed on black wood top hat
dolls without the holes in feet
1923 Sleep Eyes
1924 Mama dolls with a
hollow wood head and hands on a cloth body
1924 All Composition jointed dolls
with molded painted curly hair, marked with a round paper label;
Schoenhut Toys Made in U.S.A.
ca. 1930s The Pinn family wooden clothes pin dolls.
ca. 1950 Humpty Dumpty Toy Company was given permission to make Humpty Dumpty circus dolls by Schoenhut
In 1998 the United States Postal Service reproduced Schoenhut's Bonnet head dolls.
Schoenhut Doll paper label on back;
Schoenhut Doll, Pat. Jan. 17th, 1911 U.S.A.
Schoenhut Doll mark
Schoenhut Doll, Pat. Jan. 17-11 USA Foreign Countries
H.E. Schoenhut doll label