Sunday, August 28, 2011
Saturday, August 27, 2011
A paper doll by Marjorie Wales from December 08, 1935.
Curly-Locks paper doll by Marjorie Wales. From October 07, 1934.
A paper doll that looks very much like Shirley Temple. This paper doll is also by Marjorie Wales. From September 29, 1935. This paper doll series ran for many years in an Utah newspaper. Marjorie Wales drew many of the paper dolls but some were submitted by the youngsters of the area. Very similar to "Aunt Elsie".
Friday, August 26, 2011
Monday, August 22, 2011
Saturday, August 20, 2011
"Now that school days and football days are with us again, Marshall will be kept busy with his megaphone, for as you know he is a new member of the Doll Family and makes his debut this year as a cheer leader. He wears a natty turtle-neck sweater just like Clark Gable." Marshall, another member of the newspaper paper doll series by Laura R. Brock, needs you to color him and his natty outfit in time for the upcoming football season at school. From October 1933.
"Cut-Outs by CASUAL TIME! Color me and cut me out in time for Back-To-School." This newspaper ad for Cox's Department Store featured a paper doll with clothes by CASUAL TIME!
From August 18, 1970. A little girl in Houston would melt-away if she went back to school in this clothing. A Houston girl might be able to wear these clothes in January or February, maybe!
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
This contest appeared in a Fitchburg newspaper in September of 1939. The contest appeared in an ad for WASHINGTON JEWELRY CO. of Fitchburg, MA.
Monday, August 15, 2011
The babies to color and cut-out are from January 07, 1934.
The mazes found on the A. W. Nugent page are just as cute as the cut-outs. This maze is from January 27, 1934.
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
An ad for the Chaplin film "The Gold Rush" from 1925.
From a paper doll reproduction sheet.
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
From Comics Scene Magazine #8.
MISTY comic book by Trina Robbins. Volume 1, Number 4, June 1986.
REBEL SKUNK fashions. From the comic book "Rebel Skunk" Blackthorne Publishing Incorporated. The actual comic book is packed away, just the paper doll page is in the binder, so I do not have the name of the artist. The date on the back of this page is 1986.
Sunday, August 7, 2011
This ad appeared in a Massachusettes newspaper on February 03, 1944. "Let's go over the top - Buy, Buy War Bonds, Bye Bye War!" The ad features clothing from England Brothers' Sportswear Department. "I'd rather have a paper doll to call my own!"
Thursday, August 4, 2011
"OFF to school . . . but first to j.fred johnson. Hi . . . I'm Janie Johnson and this is part of my back-to-school wardrobe. Cut me out, paste me on cardboard and color my outfits . . ." This ad appeared in a Tennessee newspaper on August 26, 1962. I think Miss Janie Johnson is a cute paper doll and I like her early 1960's school wardrobe.