1890's George Doll & Co. Advertising Trade Card, Atlantic City NJ, PA
Printed on card: "George Doll and Co, Atlantic Ave, Opposite Bartlett Hall, Atlantic City. Branch of George Doll and Co. Importers. 10 & 12 N. Sixth St, Philadelphia." The printer is A. Haury, 1011 Market St., Atlantic City, New Jersey, Atlantic County. We know this to be printer August Haury in census records.
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
George Waters Doll 1886–1959
Father: Henry Doll 1848–1947 born in New Orleans, Orleans County, Louisiana to Nathaniel Doll and Etta Doll and died in Philadelphia. Henry Doll was a Civil War Veteran.
Mother: Etta Alberta Waters Doll born 1864
Reba Treen Doll 1888–1955
Bertha Loomis Doll born 1891
Jeanette Amour Doll 1893–1977
His first wife: Eva Myrtle Miller 1884–1911
Eva Wilhimina "Mina" Heindel
Children with Eva Doll:
Reba Beryldine Doll Baxter 1905–1995
Ethelyn Marie Doll Luby 1906–1999
Ira Robert Doll 1911–1911
2nd wife: Margaret Marie Golden 1892–1957
born to John Golden and Mary Cashen Golden in Philadelphia, PA.
Children with Margaret Doll:
Helen Marie Doll Powell born 1913
Alberta Doll born 1914
George Doll born 1916
Margret Doll born 1918
Jack Doll born 1922 (knonw as Jack Doll)
William Doll born 1926
Elizabeth Doll Duncan born 1828 (known as Betty Doll)
Laura Doll born 1932
George W Doll in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Marriage Index, 1885-1951
Spouse: Margaret M Golden Doll (Margaret Golden Doll)
Marriage Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Marriage Year: 1912
George Doll in the U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995
Residence Year: 1931
Street address: 206A Melrose ave
Residence Place: Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA
Spouse: Margaret Doll
Publication Title: Atlantic City, New Jersey, City Directory, 1931
A beautiful little image of 2 young children with flowers and books, beautiful lithography in gold inks. This was found in Kingston, Ulster County, New York. This surname is also seen as Dall in some census records.
Size: 2 by 3 inches.
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