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George Washington and His Family : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom TierneyFirst
Thomas Jefferson and His Family : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom TierneyThird
James Madison and His Family : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyFourth
Andrew Jackson and His Family : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneySeventh
Abraham Lincoln and His Family : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom TierneySixteenth
Ulysses S. Grant and His Family : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyEighteenth
Theodore Roosevelt and His Family : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom TierneyTwenty-Sixth
Woodrow Wilson and His Family : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom TierneyTwenty-Eighth
Franklin D. Roosevelt and His Family : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom TierneyThirty-Second
Harry S. Truman and His Family : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom TierneyThirty-Third
Dwight D. Eisenhower and His Family : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyThirty-Fourth
John F. Kennedy and His Family : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom TierneyThirty-Fifth
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Lyndon B. Johnson and His Family : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyThirty-Sixth
Richard M. Nixon and His Family : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyThirty-Seventh
Gerald R. Ford and His Family : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyThirty-Eighth
Jimmy Carter and His Family : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyThirty-Ninth
Ronald Reagan : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom TierneyFortieth
Nancy Reagan : Fashion Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierney
Ronald Reagan / Nancy Reagan : Paper Dolls (separate booklets) by Tom Tierney
George H. Bush and His Family : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom TierneyForty-First
Bill Clinton and His Family : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyForty-Second
George W. Bush and His Family : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyForty-Third
President Barack Obama (Commemorative Inaugural Edition) : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyForty-Fourth
American Presidents and First Ladies CD-ROM & Book by Tom Tierney
Fashions of the First Ladies : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney

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  1. American Family of the Pilgrim Period : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierney (1987)
  2. American Family of the Colonial Era : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierney (1983)
  3. Gibson Girl : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierney (1985)
  4. Victorian Fashion Paper Dolls from Harper's Bazar, 1867-1898 by Ted Menten (1977)
  5. Dresses Worn By the First Ladies Paper Dolls (reprint) by Maybelle. Mercer
  6. Fashions of the First Ladies by Ming-Ju Sun (2001)
  7. Abe & Mary Todd Lincoln Paper Dolls by Charles Ventura
  8. The Martha Washington Doll Book by Aline Bernstein (1945)
  9. Antique Fashion Paper Dolls of the 1890s in Full Color by Boston Children's Museum (1984)
  10. Erté Fashion Paper Dolls of the Twenties by Erté (1978)
  11. Fashion Paper Dolls from Godey's Lady's Book, 1840-1854 by Susan Johnston (1977)
  12. North American Indian Girl and Boy Paper Dolls by Kathy Allert (1992)
  13. John Adams and Abigail, His Wife {Paper doll sheet} (McCall's Magazine July 1923 by Mel Cummin
  14. Victorian Family Paper Dolls by Brenda Sneathen Mattox (1999)
  15. Confederate Army Paper Soldiers by A.G. Smith (1995)

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