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American Family of the 1940s Paper Dolls

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Typical family of the World War II era, depicted by 9 dolls with 37 accurately rendered costumes and accessories: straight-line suits, elegant dresses for the women, military uniforms, tuxedo, 3-piece business suit for the men, "Rosie the Riveter" suit for a defense worker, teenager's "zoot suit," much more.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published December 10th 1992 by Dover Publications
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Tom Tierney was a prolific creator of paper doll books. He was trained as an artist and worked as an illustrator for department stores before turning to paper dolls in the 1970s.

"Meticulously drawn and colored, and annotated with historical information, Mr. Tierney’s paper-doll books are not just for children — and some are not for children at all. His aim, he often said, was to contribute to the
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