From a 1922 Junior Home Magazine
HOW-TO MAKE CATALOGUE PAPER DOLLS
This is a cut from a May 1922, Junior Home Magazine children's page. The idea was submitted by a 12 year old girl, (who would have been born in 1910) and she explains nicely how to deal with arms that go over the body...and the rest....to make your own paper dolls from catalogues, fashion magazines and pattern books.
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