Vicki dolls were a popular toy for girls in Germany. They came in a variety of styles and versions, such as the New Orleans Vicki.
The dolls were manufactured in the United States through the use of prison labor. Keeping in line with the racist policies of the Nazi Party, all products looked perfectly Aryan.
Heinrich Gimpel purchased the New Orleans Vicki as a birthday present for Anna Stutzman. That particular version was a sought after toy. Nonetheless, Gimpel worried that the doll would be out of fashion by the time he gave it to Anna. It was not. Anna was quite delighted.