Thanks, Austin P.!


Hey Austin P., thanks for adopting the beautiful Jonathan Jones made by Len Insull. Finn Borjeson got the dummy new in 1952, but didn't use him much. His main dummy was a different Insull figure named Dickey Doll. In 1954, Borjeson quit performing and sold Jonathan Jones to Mr. Berger for $110. In addition to having moving eyes and eyebrows, the dummy can walk and smoke. A month after the dummy arrived at Vent Haven, Mr. Berger took him to the IBM/IBV convention in Louisville, Kentucky (see photo).

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