In addition to the many embroidered handkerchiefs (earlier post) that were produced during the initial run of Snow White, a myriad of printed hanky designs were also available. White linen with multi-color character artwork. They typically measure about 8.5" square. All are marked with the imprint, "W.D. Ent." and some with "1938" as well. According to Cecil Munsey's 1974 Disneyana book (p.46), the Bernhard Wolf Company of New York was the manufacturer.
Snow White sweeping up with animal friends.
Seven Dwarfs standing. (repeat images except Bashful and Sneezy.)
Snow White with forest animals + four dwarfs + Snow White with dwarfs.
Seven Dwarfs marching in circle.
Snow White on horseback as dwarfs and bunnies look on. (No Sneezy, presumably since he would be the one using the handkerchief.)
Snow White walking through forest with deer.
The hankies were sold in boxed sets. This one has four.