Pink Prom Twins

The Pink Prom Twins are from 1956 and are Merrill set #2583.

This is the left inside cover.

This is the back cover.

This is the right inside cover.

Here are the paper dolls Jack and Dick.

Here are the paper dolls Tom and Bill

Here are the paper dolls, Debbie and Linda.

Here are the paper dolls Sue and Jean.

Here are three outfits. One is a blue, plaid dress. Another is a red coat with a red and blue plaid bag. The third is a green prom dress, with a huge green bow and green leaf print.

Here are three more outfits. One is a yellow coat with a yellow striped bag. Another is a red dress with a green and red plaid skirt. The third is a blue prom dress with gloves and a shawl. It has a big blue bow around the breast.

Here are three outfits. One is a green coat with a blue plaid bag. There is a yellow dress, with a red blouse, and a red coat. There is also a pink prom dress with gloves and a small handbag. There is a big red bow tied around the waist.

Here is a green dress, with a gold shirt, and a gold coat. There is a yellow coat with a yellow plaid bag. And a pink prom dress with gloves and a big red bow around the waist.

Here is a pink dress, with blue trim and white polka dots,  blue fringe, and a matching hat. There is a yellow suit jacket, and a brown suit jacket which has a red bow tie. There is a green dress-suit, with a white belt. There is a red  cap, and black trousers.

Here is a blue dress, a blue suit jacket, blue pants, a yellow sweater, a green dress with a yellow and green striped shirt, and a yellow jacket.

Here is a green suit jacket, a red vest, a yellow dress with flowers, and a matching hat, green trousers, a red and blue dress, and a pin-striped yellow suit jacket.

The last page of the Pink Prom Twins paper dolls. Here is a green dress with a matching hat.  It has white polka-dots and small green hearts, as well as a blue bow.  There are two brown suit jackets.  One is more casual with a yellow and green plaid vest underneath, along with a green shirt and a red tie.  The other one is more formal with a white dress shirt, and red cumberbun and a red bow tie.  There is also a red flower.  There is a red and yellow plaid skirt with a red short sleeved blouse.  And a pair of  grey trousers for one of the boys.

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