A while ago I purchased a lot of 3 large paper doll albums. The albums contain Movie Dressograph paper dolls from the Sunday Magazine- St. Louis Post Dispatch from the 1930s era. Some of the dolls are high quality copies and some are newspaper originals, attached carefully to sturdy paper to help them from ripping. Newspaper is fragile and although I usually prefer unaltered dolls, I believe the white paper has probably prevented much damage to these pages. Above is Greta Garbo from December 6th, 1931. This one is a copy. The main difference between the copies and the original newspaper is that the photocopies have a slightly more yellow tint while the newspaper have more of a brown color. These paper dolls are very large sheets and I've scanned this in two parts, then stitched it together using Photoshop. Can you tell where? I hope not! I have just begun scanning the first book and will post more soon. The albums also included Muny Opera Dressographs from the same era and newspaper.