A Celebration of the Historical American Girls Part 3

Hello all! Here is the final installment of the historical American Girls which features Kit and Molly.

Kit Kittredge


Full name: Margaret Mildred Kittredge

nickname: Kit

Kit is tomboy growing up in 1934. Her family has suffered from the depression with her father loosing his job.  Kit tries to do everything she can so her family can keep their house including helping her mom as she takes on boarders and even working for her grouchy uncle! Kit loves adventures and likes to write about them. Her dream is to become a reporter.


I don’t own too many of Kit’s outfits but my favorite of hers is her school outfit and her whole school collection! Here is Lindsey getting ready to type a report.


Nellie is in Kit’s Christmas dress. The Scottie dog pin is actually a magnet so you can remove it! Her accessories came with a waffle maker and waffles and a box with reports she typed about the boarders.


Kirsten is ready for a birthday in Kit’s party outfit. Tess is wearing a party outfit someone from the 1930s might wear but it isn’t American Girl.


Here’s a party of Kit’s outfits!



Molly McIntire


Full name: Molly Jean McIntire

Molly is a lively girl growing up during World War II in 1944.  She is a schemer and devises plans for revenge on her brother, better ways to collect for the war, and how to get her hair curly for her dance performance.  When a girl from London comes to live with them, war is brought a little closer to Molly’s home.  Her father is away fighting so she misses him very much.

Extra note: Molly was the second American Girl doll I got brand new for Christmas the year after I received Samantha when I was 10.  I was really hoping to get another AG doll so Samantha could have a friend but I knew there wasn’t too much of a chance of me getting one since the dolls are so expensive! I looked at my presents Christmas morning but there was no box shaped like it would hold a doll. I opened almost all of my presents except for this large long one placed at the back of the tree.  I couldn’t believe it! It was Molly! My mom had disguised it so I couldn’t tell it was a doll box! I was so excited I screamed!


Here is Katie in Molly’s school outfit. Her backpack has actual buckles and the flashcards are multiplication of 8! Molly’s favorite! (Just kidding!)


Molly’s birthday was a tea party because English princesses drink tea! The tea set itself is not American girl but everything else is.


Molly and her friends had to go out in the rain and collect bottle caps. The didn’t get very many! Here is Kit in her raincoat.


Molly got sick and had to miss her tap dance performance. She stayed in bed in her pj’s but the best surprise ever was waiting to come into the door. Can you guess who it is? (read the books if you don’t know) 🙂 Jacky is in Molly’s pajamas.


In the special edition book, Molly Takes Flight, Molly got to go up in an airplane with her aunt when she stayed with her grandparents. Here is Josefina in Molly’s WASPS uniform.


All of Molly’s outfits.


That’s all of my historical dolls! Do you have a favorite historical American Girl doll? Who is it? And why?





About jackylina

Hi, I'm Heather (the human) and Jacky (the doll) wanted us to start a blog together about all the dolls in my room. I collect 18"dolls such as American Girl, Carpatina, Magic Attic, and Kidz n Cats. I love dressing them up and creating photo stories for you to enjoy! I'm a Christian and you will see a Christian influence in this blog because I can't help glorifying the Lord!
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2 Responses to A Celebration of the Historical American Girls Part 3

  1. Lovely post! 🙂
    I think my favorite Historical doll is Samantha, because I think she is so gorgeous(I LOVE her dark brown hair), her time period makes for some marvelous outfits and accessories, and I think her books are pretty good. I really like the other first dolls, too. I really like Molly’s stories, They are really funny. Or course I know who came home in Changes for Molly-her Dad! 🙂
    ~Christian Homeschooler

    • Heather says:

      Yes! Samantha and Molly are my very favourite historical dolls too! I can really relate to Molly and her stories. And Samantha is so beautiful!

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