The Rockport Democrat, October 13, 1933

Article was typed as it was worded in the newspaper.

Nancy Hanks Doll Wins Fifth in National Contest

George Honig's Nancy Hanks Lincoln doll, entered by the Jenkins Post American Legion Unit, of this city, won fifth place in the national Fidac contest at Chicago last week. The doll had previously won state honors in the Indiana American Legion contest.

The doll was chosen from 60 by Mrs. Lowell F. Herbert, past national American Legion Auxiliary president, and past regent general of the Daughters of the American Revolution, to be entered in the national women's council exposition in Cincinnati.

The doll's face is modeled of clay and was dressed in colonial clothing. Its features resemble those of the Lincoln family. Other dolls, it is said, were reproductions of pictures.