Again, no info on this doll, or where or when she appeared. But she was drawn by Maurieta Wellman, and she's lovely.
Also, Blog Reader and Paper Doll Fan Jackie, has provided the following info on last week's puzzlement (the instructions to glue cloth to the back of the paper doll): I can tell you why the magazine paper dolls often told you to glue them to cloth. They were sometimes printed on pretty thin paper. Gluing on a cloth backing before cutting out caused these paper toys to last longer. Later, cardboard was often suggested for the same purpose. Whenever the doll and the clothes are printed on the same paper you have the problem of keeping the doll stiff enough but keeping the tabs bendable. If the doll isn't stiff enough she slumps. If the tabs are too stiff they break off. So a cloth backing was a good solution at the time your doll was printed.
Thanks Jackie! That makes perfect sense.