Here are some pages scanned from the Paper Doll Gazette Issue 67 Number 2 1984 Volume XIII, and Issue 68 Number 3 1984 Volume XIV. These newsletters were printed in black and white and feature reproductions of vintage paper dolls along with articles. These are not all the pages from the issues.
Here is a very cute doll named Suzie from the Magic Stay-On Dresses line. This doll would have come in a box with crayons. It is not complete and is missing some of the dresses that would be colored. The clothing is slick and is supposed to magically 'stick' to the doll. I can't really get them to stay at all. :p I have 18 full color outfits, 4 hats, one lonely shoe and 2 colored outfits. This set was produced by Whitman, I can't find an exact date but 1950s era.
Here is an adorable cut set of Baby Dolls published by the Lowe Company in 1944. The set features four adorable babies. Each baby has five outfits except for the large boy who has only four. There is also a cute lamb toy. The outfits feature flocked (fuzzy) clothing. the artist of this set is Kathrine Taylor. The set is missing hats and accessories.
This poor Movie Dressograph had some tape fix that has not aged well, causing an unsightly mark in the middle of the page. The page features Lyne Roberti in a very stylish pose along with three outfits, a pair of shoes, two hats, and a pair of gloves.
Posted above is an uncut set featuring the rag doll character Raggedy Ann. This is a 'magic' paper doll so the clothing does not have tabs, it clings to the doll base. This set was published by Whitman in 1970.
Posted above is a paper doll set featuring Disney's characters Mickey and Minnie. The set is called Walt Disney's Mickey and Minnie Steppin' Out Paper Dolls. This set was published by Whitman in 1977 with rights reserved by Walt Disney World Productions. The book features four pages of colorful clothing and a car.
Here is a two page paper doll named Dorothy Rose by the artist Diane E Vining. This paper doll was published in Dolls Magazine in March 2013. The doll has three dresses, a cape, 4 hats, and other accessories. The art looks like colored pencil.
Here's a vintage partial set from Pink Wedding. This was part of a lot I purchased and it is in played with condition. The dolls have some bends and the set is incomplete. The bride has three outfits and each bridesmaid has only one dress. This set was published by Merrill in 1952. The artist I believe is John Northcross.