Little Sister, 1918
Paper Doll Sheets
Elsie Dinsmore was the brainchild of manufacturers of little girls' dresses. They printed these advertising premiums to give away. With the store's name printed on the sheet or folded promo, mothers could go and buy a dress just like the one on her child's now favorite paper doll
This came as a multi-folded panel, with descriptions written on the backs of each dress. I have formatted one doll and her darling dresses onto two pages.
Laser printed on 80# cardstock, 8.5" x 11". Presented in a crystal clear seal-top bag.