Here is a group of lovely vintage wedding cards featuring wedding ring motifs.
These are from various companies, which are labeled under the card.
Although none of these are dated, they all came from the same scrapbook,
which is dated 1953. On the left inside of each card, the bride (I
assume) wrote what the wedding gift was, most of these were money
gifts. I did notice through looking at the collection as a whole, the
bride ended up with a lot of casserole dishes. The scrapbook these
cards are from was purchased using ebay.
Here is a two page paper doll from the artist Karen Reilly published from Doll Reader Magazine November 2008. This paper doll features 1 doll, four outfits and two hats along with accessories. The border has very whimsical flowers and the yellow is the dominating color.
Here is a newspaper comic paper doll from 11-22-1936. The Jane Arden's Wardrobe features a profile of a gentleman with three outfits and two hats. His name is Captain Franz Wells. This is a full sheet and also has a paper doll on the back from the comic Toots and Casper of the character Stella by the artist Jimmy Murphy.
Here is a uncut paper doll book titled 6 Good little Dolls. This set is from Stephens Publishing company. There is no date but I would guess 1940s. The book includes 6 dolls on a heavy cover, 5 girls and 1 boy and four pages of clothing. This is the same artist as Sweetie Pie Twins. http://missmissypaperdolls.blogspot.com/2013/01/sweetie-pie-twins.html
The Original Paper Doll Artist's Guild OPDAG News #25, Family Album from August 1990. This issue is in black and white and was harder to scan pages in clearly. (my printer is not doing so well, might be getting a new printer for Christmas.) Not all pages or paper dolls are shown.
This doll seems like it should be from October, with the witchy like costume, but is actually from November 1929 issue of the Pictorial Review. This Dolly Dingle doll seems a little older then most as well. She four outfits and one hat. This set is missing a hat and a dog. The artist is Grace G Drayton.
Here is another two page paper doll by the artist Karen Reilly. This one didn't scan as well. This is Lenci Art Doll. She has two outfits, two hats, and lots of accessories. I really love the coloring, purple is one of my favorite colors. This was published in Doll Reader for the May 2007 issue.
Here's another Doll Reader two page paper doll by the artist Karen Reilly. This doll is called Hilda and her outfits are based on clothing from 1918. The doll has three dresses and two hats along with lots of accessories.