This 14 inch tall doll, circa the 1890-1910, was most likely manufactured by the Arnold Printworks of Massachusetts. She is not marked so I cannot say definitively but the doll has the characteristics of the cut and sew dolls made by them. This doll was sold in printed a sheet that could be cut out, sewn, and stuffed by the purchaser. Arnold Printworks tinted their doll sheets with oil paints that created a soft and artistic look to the dolls. This doll has the same appearance. She is in good clean sturdy condition except for an old tear and repair under her right arm. The cotton batting stuffing is showing under the arm of the doll in this location. The doll has a great character face with a big smile showing two rows of teeth.