Paper dolls were a pre-Barbie toy for girls interested in fashion and playacting. Paper dolls were used to promote Mabel Normand. In The Herald and Examiner, December 1920. One set reflects Mabel as Mickey with “Her pet squire; The big dog she plays with.” The drawings are generic with Mabel’s head attached. The same style of Mabel Normand paper dolls was used in the Boston Sunday Post Woman’s Section July 4, 1919.
Pinto was a Goldwyn feature, in 1920 and a paper doll was created by Charlotte Whatley,
Do you have any other Mabel Normand paper dolls?