Rare 1974 Kenner BABY YAWNIE Black African American Doll in Box MIB Brown Skin. PLEASE SCROLL ALL THE WAY DOWN. This item is in used condition and may have flaws or imperfections. This is a very rare black Kenner Baby Yawnie doll from 1974 Made by General Mills Fun Group This doll came from the estate of Irene Clepper, a published toy writer and tester hired by General Mills here in Minneapolis, MN, and author of the book "Growing up with Toys A Guide for Parents" (c) 1974 by Augsburg Publishing House This doll is mint/near mint in original box and has not been played with The doll measures 14"-15" tall and has creamy, light brown skin, black rooted hair and brown sleep eyes Squeeze her hand and see her yawn and close her eyes -- the mechanism still works great (no batteries needed) One faint spot was noted on her foot otherwise the doll is bright and clean and appears unplayed with Box shows average shelf wear A great opportunity to own a very rare and hard to find African American version of the Baby Yawnie doll (this doll's skin is very light and appears more Hispanic than African American).This item is clean, odor-free and comes from a smoke-free home. I will always pack your item. Thank you, I appreciate your business! Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. The item "Rare 1974 Kenner BABY YAWNIE Black African American Doll in Box MIB Brown Skin" is in sale since Monday, September 3, 2018. This item is in the category "Dolls & Bears\Dolls\By Brand, Company, Character\Kenner". The seller is "mydoghasabighead" and is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.