Jan. 17, 1926: “Yes, they do look as much alike as two Ford cars,” reported The Times of the Dolly Twins, the multi-talented performers whose act evidently involved dolls, and whose distinction of being twins clearly bedeviled one writer for The Times in 1916. “You study the hair, the features, the complexion of both, and there is seemingly no difference. The voices, too, are identical, and you give up.” One had to take the writer’s word for it — there were no pictures featured with the article. Photo: The New York Times

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