I don't know that's there's much more to say about Dora Hall that hasn't been said in a variety of places, so I'll let you look to those sites if you don't already know about the Solo Cup queen and her recording career.
But I do know that I own a copy of an EP by Dora which appears to be fairly rare. While the songs on one side of the record (the first three heard below) can be found on one of Dora's children's albums, and can be had, if one searches, a few places online, the final three songs, from the flip side of the record, appear to be unique to this release - or at least, a web search turns up virtually no record of them appearing anywhere else.
They are not what I would consider Dora's finest work, or even her most interesting - the songs are cloying, and the final song features a fairly terrible child vocalist at the beginning and end. But still, Dora seems to have wanted more than anything to entertain and to be heard, and these songs should be out there with the rest of her catalog. And if nothing else, she sounds quite sincere and honest in singing these words for the very young.
1.) Dora Hall - Tony the Pony (MP3) | 2.) Dora Hall - I Love the Outdoors (MP3) | 3.) Dora Hall - Cuddles the Calico Kitten (MP3) | 4.) Dora Hall - Sleepy Time is a Happy Time (MP3) | 5.) Dora Hall - Mommy Loves You (MP3) | 6.) Dora Hall - A Child's Prayer (MP3)