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Mrs. Smith was a skilled seamstress and amateur photographer before she started making dolls. When she received the broken bisque (a type of porcelain) doll, she experimented for two years before she was able to repair it. She poured the head full of plaster, covered it with a scrap of stockinet (an elastic knitted fabric), and then repainted the features. She sewed the head onto the body and replaced the wig. From this, the Indestructible Ella Smith Doll was born. In 1901, Mrs. Smith received the first patent on her doll, and in 1904 she went to the St. Louis Exposition (World's Fair), where she won a blue ribbon for her dolls.

During its prime, a doll factory in Roanoke,Alabama, operated by Ella Gauntt Smith, produced ten thousand ofher dolls each year. The dolls are known by several names: AlabamaBaby, Alabama Indestructible Doll, Roanoke Doll, or Ella SmithDoll.

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    Mrs. Smith was a skilled seamstress and amateur photographer before she started making dolls. When she received the broken bisque (a type of porcelain) doll, she experimented for two years before she was able to repair it. She poured the head full of plaster, covered it with a scrap of stockinet (an elastic knitted fabric), and then repainted the features. She sewed the head onto the body and replaced the wig. From this, the Indestructible Ella Smith Doll was born. In 1901, Mrs. Smith received the first patent on her doll, and in 1904 she went to the St. Louis Exposition (World's Fair), where she won a blue ribbon for her dolls.

    Until 1996, doll shows were organized sporadically inRoanoke. In that year they became an annual event at which ownersof Roanoke dolls were invited to display their dolls in glass casesfor the day. A commemorative postal cancellation has been issuedeach year on that day during the doll show. In July 1997, the EllaSmith doll was featured in a 15-stamp collection of "ClassicAmerican Dolls." Since 1998, four reproduction Ella Smith dollarshave been manufactured by Collectible Concepts, selling for between$150 and $300. Original Ella Smith dolls fetch as much as$20,000.