Over the last few weeks in the Archives, the storage shelves have mysteriously started moving by themselves, we keep hearing sounds and I always feel like somebody's watching me. As evidenced by this creepy picture, I think that this 1952 Buddy Lee doll dressed in a Coke route driver's uniform is most likely the culprit. The H.D. Lee Company made jeans, work clothes, uniforms and several uniformed dolls like this one. Collectors: Beware when you bring him into your collection.
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