Vintage Skipper Treasure Trove is an additional website to my four previous websites on Vintage Skipper dolls.
Here you can find everything which doesn't fit on the original pages due to storage problems (maximum size of these free pages).
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In the 1960s and 1970s Skipper has several friends.
Ruth Handler, "Dream Doll - The Ruth Handler Story": "Skipper had a flat chested child's body. In fact, we used that same body mold not only for her female friend Skooter but also for her male friend Ricky. Bot of these Skipper friends, introduced in 1965, were freckle-faced and many girls considered them brother and sister or that one or the other was - or both were - the younger sibling of Midge."