They were made by Whitman Publishing in 1971.
|Apparently these were Amy's..whoever she is.|
Dawn was, of course, licensed by Whitman from Topper Toys.
Dawn the 3-D doll was a small little lady.The paper version, at 9 1/2" tall, is much bigger than her 3-D counterpart.
Since Dawn came in on the tail end of the Mod Era,her clothes have that Mod influence. These paper dolls do too.
The thing that has me confused about this paper doll set is, it claims to have a 'magic stay on wardrobe',but I don't see anything making the clothes stay on. they sure didn't when I tried.
They don't have tabs, so you can't even fall back on that.
See you tomorrow or some more dolls.