L1TTLE M1SS SUNBEAM
Paper Dolls and Mask
An Advertising Reference Paper Doll/Toy
This little charmer was first painted by Ellen Segner in the early 1940s. Her sweet renderings of a pretty little blonde girl became the "spokesgirl" of bread made by Q-uality Bak-ers of America. This collectors reference book is comprised of premium sheets given by grocers, (or ordered by mail) some to color and cut, and some already in full color. They feature the little girl, sometimes paired with a cooperative promo for S1MPL1CITY Patterns designed as costumes for the little gal. These pages are from mid-50s into the early 60s.
9 pages of clothes, (4 of them with dolls and 5 pages of clothes to color..one of those being partially color-added. There's a full girl-sized mask to wear as an insert. (Mask is shown smaller, proportionatley above...it's also 8.5"x11" as are the other pages) All formatted in an 8.5"x11" book. All archival, 80# covers, 32# costume pages. Bright white, satin finish, fine grained, easy-to-cut papers. Stored in crystal clear seal-top bag.
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