An Arranbee Coty Girl outfit came with crescent and loop shoes. and appears to wear the double-bow shoes in all those photos as well. An identical doll was marketed as Kim. An Arranbee Coty Girl wears the square dance dress with same-color lining crisscross elastic high heels. Cosmopolitan's Little Miss Ginger: The vinyl Little Miss Ginger, first marketed in 1958, had a teen body with highheel feet marked Ginger on the back of her head, and Little Miss Ginger on her back. She had unmarked vinyl shoes. Examples have been found in several styles. Her youngerlooking but also 8-inch little sister, Cha Cha Ginger, introduced in 1957, has a Ginny-like pudgy body but feet that can wear kitten heels. It is easy to match her to her soft vinyl kitten heel pumps since they have tiny heels and "Ginger" inscribed on the soles! Nancy Ann Story Book Dolls' Little Miss Nancy Ann is shown in Dawn Zillner's Dolls and Accessories of the 1950s with smaller versions of the 10 ½-inch Miss Nancy Ann tiny bow shoes as well as with many other types of vinyl shoes. She was first made in 1958 and is all-vinyl without a twist waist, and is unmarked. She did not have painted eyelashes. PMA High-Heeled Girl: This all hard-plastic doll is shown wearing circle latch shoes in Polly and Pam Judd's Hard Plastic Dolls. She also wears a vinyl bra that appears to be held up in back by a distinctive plastic peg in her body. Mint-in-box basic Miss Ginger wears half-circle and loop vinyl shoes. 72 SPRING 2020 Richwood's Sandra Sue: This hard-plastic doll had flatfoot and high-heel versions that are very well-documented by the book, Sandra Sue and Richwood Toys by Margaret Gray Kincaid and Peggy Millhouse. The High Heel Sandra Sue doll was introduced in 1954 and made until 1958 when the company closed.