Hollywood Paper Doll Cut-Outs
Restored Sept. 1939 Ladies Home Journal 2 Page Paper Doll
First this is called Hollywood Paper Doll Cut-Outs, because it's the Hollywood Pattern Service that is the basis of the clothes the girls wear.
I love this paper doll as it's one that my mom saved in her teen years, in anticipation of her future daughter...but she enjoyed it too, having made more clothes for the two girls; some she drew and some she made from catalogues.
In the early-mid 50s I also enjoyed these dolls and made more clothes for them. Later Mother found an uncut pair of pages, and it's this one which I make this reproduction. It's reduced in size to 8.5" x 11, from the large format of the original magazine.
Two pages, printed on 8.5" x 11" archival cardstock (80#) and stored in a crystal clear seal-top bag.