I see you brought some friends. (batting eyes)
Many, many friends.
Are there enough of you to go around?
Because there are a LOT of us girls.
Are you fellows Al and Bugsy?
It is close to St. Valentine's Day.
Ok, ok. Here's the deal. These are my Mother's paperdolls from the 1930s. According to my Mother, the girls could not wait for the new catalogs to come in so they could cut paperdolls out of the old one.
What a tease!
One of my favorite ensembles of the bunch.
Her feet were missing before I cut them off with the camera.
I wish I knew what this said.
And I looked. There are no male paperdolls in their underwear.
My Grandmother would have had a stroke.
I counted roughly and there are over 100 female dolls and about 40 male dolls.
And, I can't forget the child Queen of paperdolls,
Joan is over a foot tall. I don't know where her clothes are.
Things sure were simple in "the olden days".