1950s Paper Dolls

The 1950s paper dolls are so much fun. There was such a variety of dolls. There were baby dolls, celebrity dolls, including movie star dolls, TV show dolls, dolls of children, mother and daughter look-alike dolls, beauty queens, several wedding party sets, Barbie and Disney, magazine paper dolls and so much more.

Here are the 1950s Paper Dolls we have for you:

Some of the bigger publishers of paper dolls from the 1950s were Lowe, Saalfield, Merrill, Whitman, Colorforms, The DeJournette Mfg. Company, Dot and Peg Productions, Samuel Gabriel Sons, Hart Publishing, Hobby House Press, Milton Bradley Company, Parker Brothers, Platt and Munk Company, Inc., Stephens Publishing, Treasure Books and several others.

We will try to give you a wide variety of this era of doll.

We love the vintage look of the fashion and styles that we see in these dolls. The 1950s were a fun and carefree era. And paper dolls were an inexpensive and fun thing for little girls to play with.

We will be adding many more dolls to this section of the website all the time, so please remember to check back often!  Also, please if you have any paper dolls from the 1950s, or any era for that matter, please send them in and we will share them with all of our readers. 

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Barbie Doll Cut-Outs 1957 
This was at my mom's house. We found it after she passed away. she had saved it for my sisters and me. All the cut-outs are in tact all the pages …

Katie King 
In the 50's I ordered Katie King Paper Dolls out of a magazine. ?? I cannot find anything related to these paper dolls. Can you help? liz.memmott@utahhomes.com …

Alma DeJournette Creation: 3 Big Dolls Real Hair / Gina Tina Lena 
By DeJournette Mfg.Co. Atlanta, Georgia Gina-blonde, Tina-brunette, Lena-redhead Haven't found any of these on the internet. Would like to have …

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