Spring 1995. TV Guide "Star Trek Collector's Edition". Star Trek paper dolls by Tom Tierney. I do not know if these paper dolls were just for TV Guide or if they are from a published paper doll book. My mom has hundreds of Tom Tierney paper doll books but none of them have Star Trek paper dolls.
1988. Printed in Santa Monica, CA USA by Vaughn Printing. Produced by Garr-Maiden 1988. Designed by John Darcy Noble. #1720 out of 2000. "EMMA is a lavishly equipped paper doll, who possesses no less than ten different costumes. They are based on the designs of Nicholas Heideloff, who in 1794 launched in England his GALLERY OF FASHION, a publication devoted to dress." This is a very lovely paper doll set from my mom's collection.
I am always buying cards at garage sales and thrift stores. I bought a couple of grab bags of cards at a garage sale about a month ago and these cards are from that purchase. Someone saved just the front of the cards so I do not know anything about them. Before you run to that "Black Friday" sales event, take a moment to remember the true meaning of CHRISTMAS.
December 17, 1957. Johnny the paper doll is ready to play the part of a Mayflower Pilgrim in the school play. A Thanksgiving paper doll by Emma McKean. It appeared in this newspaper well after Thanksgiving Day.
January 13, 1973. "Mrs. Kennedy wore this white cape and gown in 1961. Cut and color your First Lady paper doll." From The Mini Page.
1983. FIRST LADIES' GOWNS, A Smithsonian Coloring Book. Illustrations by Geraldine Lucas. "Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy. The First Lady provided ideas and sketches to the designer for this white silk dress, worn to John F. Kennedy's inaugural ball in 1961. The bodice is embroidered in silver thread, and is veiled overall with white chiffon to give a soft, shimmering effect. The cape is of the same silk, triple-layered with chiffon. An embroidered frog adorns the military collar."
March 11, 1994. "Go dot to dot and color this Irish American President."
May 23, 2003. "Go dot to dot and color. John F. Kennedy and William H. Taft are the only presidents buried at Arlington National Cemetery. Which president is this?" Both of these connect the dots pages are from The Mini Page, a newspaper section for children.
November 11, 1974. A coloring contest from an ad for Montgomery Ward that appeared in various newspapers in 1974. I have a fondness for the corny BATMAN television series. "Curse your SUPER MEDDLING, you CAPED CLOWNS!" "You haven't got a CHANCE, Joker!" ZAP! POW!
September 03, 1951. Life Magazine. An ad for Robt. Burns Cigarillos. MRS. HUMPHREY BOGART (Lauren Bacall) says: "I love to see a man smoke a Cigarillo." Lauren Bacall, speaking for style-wise women everywhere, endorses The New Idea in Smoking from the feminine point of view . . . As for men, they go in a big way for delicious smoking pleasure in a shape, trim and handy as a cigarette . . . The perfect mild smoke. ------ I could not fit the whole ad on my little scanner so I just copied the best part, this terrific portrait of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall aboard their sailboat.
September 08, 1958. Life Magazine back cover. An ad for L&M Cigarettes featuring Amanda Blake and Jim Arness from the extremely popular television western, GUNSMOKE. I liked GUNSMOKE back when I was a child and I still like GUNSMOKE today. The television show had a wonderful cast and really good scripts, and it had the gorgeous Jim Arness. I even like the old-time radio show version of GUNSMOKE that starred William Conrad as Matt Dillon. I started listening to old radio shows about twenty years ago and GUNSMOKE was one of the best - just as good as the T. V. show.
December 16, 1948. A Santa cut-out from A. W. Nugent. You might be able to move from the "naughty list" to the "good list" if you start right this second, until Christmas, being extra good. Cut out and color this Santa figure and use it as a reminder to be, in the words of Bertie Wooster, "a good egg".