|So, are you saying that in all likelyhood the conditions I describe existed and you simply cannot remember them?
No, I'm saying that I don't remember if there were any little wooden dolls to play with in the classroom except animals, therefore I can't, and you shouldn't, conclude that if they were there, they were or weren't multicultural.
The main toys in our Waldorf kindergarten were the child-sized playhouse (sink, store, dishes, etc), puppets, toy animals, cloths, wooden crates and stackable wooden blocks and shapes, headware and capes for dress-up, and a sand table with shells and things. There weren't many dolls, and the two I do remember, I rarely saw being played with. One sat in a chair, and the other rested in the cradle most of the time when I was there. The Waldorf dolls represented on these websites as we're discussing were the type of toys children might have at home, but my children didn't have them in their classroom.