This Joanie Walker doll case is made from heavy, textured cardboard. It has a 2 piece metal clasp, 2 metal hinges, a metal handle on the top, and a metal loop to hang clothes on the inside. "Joanie Walker" is on the front. She was a Ginny doll copy. On the next side are printed souvenir "stickers". The next side states "Cabin - 1st Class - S.S. America". The last side is the back and it has only the 2 hinges. All of the "stitching" is printed on the cardboard. The bottom has "P.M.A. (Plastic Molded Arts) Dolls Inc. Long Island City 1, N.Y.". This is the company that made the Joanie Walker doll and this case. Inside the case is an extra piece of cardboard that the doll was attached to with a coated wire. This cardboard states "I walk, sit and turn my head - You comb and curl my Dynel hair". This case is 9-1/8" tall x 4-5/8" wide x 4-5/8" deep. The case if off white with maroon and green. This case came out in the 1950s.
Considering that this case is made from cardboard, it is in pretty nice condition. There are nicks to the 4 corners. The clasp still works, as do the hinges. The handle is attached and so is the loop for the clothing. The last picture shows how the corner is pushed in a bit. It is on the other side also. This does not affect the stability of the case. It closes with no problem.