Hidden treasures can often be found in the most unexpected places, especially when you go thrifting in Southern Indiana.


A pair of vintage dolls, depicting none other than the founding father and first lady of the United States, George Washington and Martha Washington were donated to the Evansville Goodwill.

Collectible History

These charming figures were manufactured sometime between 1978 and 1980 by the esteemed company Yield House, renowned for their quality craftsmanship. They perfectly capture the essence of the 1970s, an era of cultural transformation and artistic expression. While disco lights and lava lamps illuminated living rooms, these dolls might have adorned the shelves of homes, serving as both decorative pieces and historical conversation starters.

Unique Finds Sell Fast

These rare dolls have found their way to the Green River Road Goodwill store, waiting for a new owner to appreciate their charm and historical significance. And the best part? They won't break the bank. For just $9.99 per doll, you can become the proud owner of a piece of American history and a delightful relic of the 1970s. Of course, they will probably be scooped up quickly, but new items arrive all of the time.


eBay Listing

I did a little searching and found a set of dolls on eBay, but they are quite a bit pricier. This set of dolls is priced at $68.99 plus about $12 for shipping. The eBay set doesn't even have the clothing like the ones found at Goodwill!

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