Polly Flinders

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Polly Flinders was a brand name of children's clothing, popular in the 1960s and 1970s, and known for their hand-smocking.[1] In the 1980s, Polly Flinders was operated by Baylis Brothers, a division of U.S. Industries. These dresses were available at major chain outlets, including Sears.[2]

Poly Flinders is also the name of a child referenced in a 19th-century British nursery rhyme.


  1. ^ http://www.grammies-attic.com/pollyflinders.html
  2. ^ Compa, Lance and Stephen Diamond. Human Rights, Labor Rights, and International Trade. U of PA Press, 2003, p.131