Isn’t she lovely?

I bought her a few years ago from an ebay seller. After buying other paper dolls from her, I wrote her inquiring about odd lots, incomplete sets, even dolls without clothes and vice versa.

This 1940s girl was one of those purchases.

Very sweet and I just love her shoes.

As near as I can tell, Peg is what’s written on the back of the doll.

Was that the name of the doll, the little girl she belonged to, or both?




Filed under 1940s, Antiques/Vintage, Childhood pastimes, Children's, Ephemera, Fashion, Femininity, Paper Dolls

3 responses to “Peg

  1. Sally

    Thank you for your lovely blog Carla and sharing so many wonderful
    paper dolls. This doll comes from a set called Boots and her Buddies if
    you would like to see more of the set please email me.

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