Nationals Paper Dolls : News Photo

Nationals Paper Dolls

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - MARCH 18, 2013 - Paper dolls of the presidents at Nationals Park can be made using toilet paper tubes and templates provided by Kids Post. (Photo by Anne Farrar/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON, D.C. - MARCH 18, 2013 - Paper dolls of the presidents at Nationals Park can be made using toilet paper tubes and templates provided by Kids Post. (Photo by Anne Farrar/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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March 18, 2013
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