Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Flapper Fanny's little sister

I don't know if she had a name or not, and my first thought was that she was Mopsy Mode's little sister. But then I remembered that Gladys Parker took over Flapper Fanny sometime in the 1930s, and this little girl character appears in a Flapper Fanny paper doll book.

I love the changeable face! The cut in the hat might have been made to "wheel" the expressions around...


  1. This is so different with the faces. According to Wikipedia, it was when Gladys Parker turned the art work over to Sylvia Sneidman around 1937 that Sylvia introduced The Kid Sister.

  2. OH! So this isn't Gladys Parker at all! Thanks for sending this along, I never would have guessed.