Identifying a Baby Doll from the 1950s?

My sister and I each got a newborn looking baby doll in the early 1950s. They had rubber heads and limbs, cloth body, and came with a little sterilizer with bottles, brush, etc. The eyes did not open and close, the hair was molded, and they had the slight look of the Grace Putnam dolls, but they weren't. Any idea?

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June 10, 20190 found this helpful

It could have been a Betsey Wetsey doll.

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