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Mary of the WACS, a cutout paper doll booklet of 1943

Mary of the WACS

A cutout paper doll booklet of 1943

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Cover with "Mary" doll

"To wear in service of the Red, white and Blue"

"For sun or shower"

"Snappy uniforms for snappy drills"

"Sleepy time clothes"

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WWII. Happy Birthday Mom!

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