|The March Family from Little Women|
|Three Little Pigs|
During World War II the company made Armed Forces representative dolls to boost morale and they also switched to hard plastic then to make their dolls less susceptible to breakage.
During this time, they also pioneered the usage of rooted hair and eyes that could open and close.
One of the major milestones in the company's history happened in 1953 when they introduced Alexander-kins. These are eight-inch baby dolls made of plastic and are probably the most well-known of all Madame Alexander Dolls.
|Alexander-kins "Wendy Takes a Train"|
|Vintage Madame Alexander Cissy doll|
|Madame Alexander's Cinderella|
Today, the company is no longer owned by the Behrman family but still produces dolls bearing the Madame Alexander name for today's lucky little girls! See more of these wonderful dolls on our Pinterest board.