Tillie the Toiler 1932 Los Angeles Olympics Printable Paper Doll
Tillie the Toiler
August 7, 1932
Dress Tillie as a Pirate!
Help her look smart for the Los Angeles 1932 Olympics!
Tillie the Toiler was a popular comic for many years, because each Sunday brought a new paper doll, outfits and accessories in the Sunday newspaper comic section. Tillie worked for a sophisticated women’s wear company and her boss was clothing mogul J. Simpkins. Tillie’s adventures included meeting attractive, and usually wealthy, young men. No matter where she went or what she did, she was always impeccably dressed. You can help Tille get ready for her day by dressing this reproduction paper doll in her two dimensional wardrobe.
It was common knowledge that Tillie was always where the action was in 1932. With the Depression in full swing, the replies from countries to attend the Los Angeles 1932 Olympics were slow to arrive. Then, Hollywood movie stars agreed to entertain the crowds and responses picked up. Tillie would have been a part of this splashy scene, dressed well and meant to be seen with the best.
Remember that Tillie the Toiler was printed in the comic section of the newspaper and that colors and/or registration of the outlines will be of newsprint quality. This adds to the appeal of these paper dolls that will soon be a hundred years old.
Included in this 2 page PDF newsprint color paper doll are:
- Tillie the Toiler Doll in a yellow top and red trimmed shorts set
- Feminine Pirate outfit with red striped sash and attached sword
- Jaunty Pirate’s hat with red sash
- Knee ruffles and buckled red high heels
- Red, white and blue patriotic Olympic top and slacks
- Red with blue and white trimmed jacket to match Olympic outfit
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