Most of the paper dolls on this site are from newspaper archives. All newspaper items have been copied in black and white. I have added color to some of the paper dolls. All of the coloring contests for movies and from ads were found searching through newspapers.
Letter to the students from President George H. W. Bush.
1994. A Curriculum Guide prepared for the Education Program of The 1995 Houston International Festival celebrating the Country of Turkey. The above are just a couple of the many activities for Elementary School students found in this guide to teach the children about the Turkish people. - - - THE AMAZING RACE goes to Turkey tonight. My all-time favorite T.V. show!
July 27, 1947. November is BOOTS month on my blog. It is my birthday month (unfortunately my birthday falls on Thanksgiving Day this year) and BOOTS is my favorite paper doll. Many thanks to Edgar Martin.
October 07, 1928. "How many jars of MOX are sold daily? 10 Miles to MOX LABORATORIES of CANADA." Add-Up the numbers in this newspaper ad and see just how many jars of the wonder ointment were sold each day. Is there still a MOX Laboratory in Canada? From a Winnipeg newspaper.
November 13, 1953. Yahoo!! This is one of my favorite movies!! CALAMITY JANE starring the wonderful DORIS DAY and the hunky, hunky HOWARD KEEL. It also starred Allyn McLerie, Philip Carey, Gale Robbins, Dick Wesson and Paul Harvey. " Doris is irresistible as the bombastic, rootin'-tootin' title character in this lively musical with Keel as Wild Bill Hickok, who only begins to realize his feelings for her when she makes a stab at becoming more "feminine". Sammy Fain-Paul Francis Webster score includes the Oscar-winning SECRET LOVE." from Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide. Doris Day is from the generation
of movie actresses that could do it all - sing, dance, act in comedy or drama. She is absolutely terrific as Calamity Jane.