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Subseries 6.2
Paper Doll collection, 1894-1958
Box 122

Scope and Content Note

Subseries consists of paper doll kits originally housed in the Children’s Literature collection of the Division Library.

Box Folder Content
122 1 Inventory
122 2 "Little Betty Gad-About," American Colortype Co., circa 1915
122 3 "Paper Dolls, Springfield," Massachusetts: McLoughlin Bros., Inc., circa 1915
122 4 "Artistic Series IV," New York: Raphael Tuck and Sons, Co., 1894
122 5 "The Forbes Doll" [given with the Boston Sunday Globe], 1895
122 6 [Young women (5-A)], Akron, Ohio: Saalfield Publishing, circa 1915
122 7 Hays, Margaret G., Fairy Favorite Cut Out Dolls No. 671, Chicago: M.A. Donoghue, 1913
122 8 Marshall, Mary Nye, Beautiful Dolls for Children to Dress, New York: Platt and Peck, 1915
122 9 Dollies to Paint, Cutout, and Dress (3-A), X218, Akron, Ohio: Saalfield Publishing, 1918
122 10 Easy-to-Make Colorful Costumes of Dennison Crepe Paper, Framingham, Massachusetts: Dennison Manufacturing Company, 1952
122 11 Pink Prom Twins, Chicago: Merrill Company Publishers, 1956
122 12 My Doll House Family to Cut-out and Assemble, Racine, Wisconsin: Whitman Publishing, 1957
122 13 Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and Dusty the Double-R-Bar Ranch, Racine, Wisconsin: Whitman Publishing, 1957
122 14 Junior Misses Teenage Dolls, James and Jonathan, Inc., 1958