There really are a surprisingly large number of 1940s paper dolls. During the 1940s many families did not have a lot of money and paper dolls were inexpensive toys they could give to their young girls. So they just grew and grew in popularity. We will bring you as many of this decade's paper dolls as we possibly can. We really would love your submissions of paper dolls as well, so please use the form at the bottom of the page and send us your scans of paper dolls so that we can share them with our other readers.
We have many, many more to come on this page, so please check back often! Also, please feel free to submit your paper dolls to us so that we can add them to the collection for all of our readers to enjoy!
We would love to see any paper dolls you would like to share with us and our readers. Please use this form to share those with us. The form only lets you upload 4 photos. If you have more, please just use the form again!! We want to make this the best Paper Doll website on the internet.
Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page...
no name Not rated yet
At age 82, I still have the paper doll clothes that I drew in the 1940s. (Paper was scarce then and my sister drew my one paper doll on the back of a church …
Playhouse paper dolls, Not rated yet
12 paper dolls: Mimi Catherine Marie Yvonne, Elizabeth Pauline André Charles Paul Maurice Joseph Richard