Note The Campbell Soup Kids are Book Ends ( Hubley Design # 468 ).
However, No doorstop was made of the kids
Yet Grace's name never appeared on the drawings.
After she left Campbell, she became well known for her Dolly Dingle paper dolls in the Pictorial Review, from 1916 to 1922.
She started her most famous series, 'The Pussycat Princess', in 1935, and died a year later.
DESIGNS WERE OFTEN COPYRIGHTED BY THE DESIGNER, AND AT TIMES THEIR NAMES APPEARED ON THE DOORSTOPS
YOU WILL SEE GRACE DRAYTON'S SIGNATURE ON THE BACKS OF DOORSTOPS -- BOBBY BLAKE & DOLLY DIMPLE, SOMETIMES
THIS IS FROM THE BACK OF "BOBBY BLAKE".
DOORSTOPS DESIGNED FOR HUBLEY:
BOBBY BLAKE # 46
DOLLY DINGLE # 45
PETER RABBIT # 96
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD # 95
THE TWIN CATS # 73
PUPPO # 75
BELOW IS A PRINT DONE BY GRACE DRAYTON THAT WAS RECENTLY UP FOR SALE.
NOTICE HOW CLOSELY IT RESEMBLES A SCOTTIES DOORSTOP.
BANKS DESIGNED FOR HUBLEY:
DOLLY DIMPLE # 79
BOOKENDS DESIGNED FOR HUBLEY:
CAMPBELL SOUP KIDS
Her biography is yet to be written .