The first Campbell Kids were drawn by Grace Drayton. Her husband, Theodore Wiederseim, who worked for the Ketterlineus Lithographic Manufacturing Company in Philadelphia, recommended her services to Campbell since she had been drawing little kids with round faces and rosy cheeks for years. She adapted her drawings for Campbell and they became the basis for the Campbell Kids. There were not just two or three kids; the company used many different kids, up to The Campbell Kids were something of a phenomenon in their hey-day.
Pair of Campbell Soup Kids Dolls complete with lunch box and purse
Campbell Soup Dolls Pair, by daysgonebytreasuresofyesterday on Zibbet
Elsie Jock Perhaps one of the most enchanting aspects of these paper dolls were the fun and widely varied costumes, toys, and accessories provided for them. They offer excellent depictions of period clothing from the early 's through the 's. It is interesting to take note of the reflection of World War I that is present in the life of these happy paper dolls when one sees them dressed as army scouts or Red Cross nurses. But, for the most part, the clothing created by Grace Drayton is simple and fun. Just look below at the charming set of Billy Bumps pyjamas, complete with a cuddly stuffed elephant tucked under the arm. Dolly Dingle's school dress is a perfect example of the color and embroidery that was in style in the late Edwardian and early Jazz ages.
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