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Howard No. 76.New York, New York: McLoughlin Bros. 1880s? A medium-sized doll produced by McLoughlin titled "Myra Mild", described by Howard as part of an "attractive series of dolls with wardrobes in the fashion of the day" (p. 104). This example is cut, and appears largely complete; it includes the 6.5" doll, five outfits including what appears to be a duplicate), and the original illustrated envelope. Each costume is printed on both sides, and can drape over the doll like an apron. The doll itself is two-sided as well, and has been "married" from two separate copies of the doll. Chromolithographed. Not all outfits complete. Envelope measures 7.5" by 4.5" Very good. Some minor toning, the occasional spot. Flap of envelope detached. Two of the outfits lack the other side. Doll married.