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Games Inventory

I. Instructional Games

II. Amusements and Fun Games

Part 1. Board games.
Part 2. Puzzles.
Part 3. Card games, playing cards, conversation cards and question games, parlor games, and small boxed games.
Part 4. Large boxed games, myriopticon, and metamorphosen.
Part 5. Wooden games and blocks.
Part 6. Paper dolls and party games.
Part 7. Reference collection

Part 1. Board games.

Box 1

Checkered Game of Life. 1866. (Call Number: Fun. Part 1. Box 1)

Game of Pope and Pagan. 1844. (Call Number: Fun. Part 1. Box 1)

OS Box 1

Game of Bamboozle, or The Enchanted Isle, n.d. (Call Number: OS. Box 1)

Game of the Sociable Snake or His Visit to the Crystal Palace, for the Home Circle, n.d. (Call Number: OS. Box 1)

National Game of the American Eagle. Salem, MA: W. & S.B. Ives, n.d.
(Call Number: OS. Box 1)

OS Box 2

Fate Leaves. Boston: Farrar & Barnard, 1869. (Call Number: OS. Box 2)

Game of the Races. Boston: William Crosby, n.d. (Call Number: OS. Box 2)

Mansion of Happiness. 3 copies: Two published by W. & S.B. Ives, Salem, MA; One published by Henry P. Ives, Salem, MA ad D.P. Ives & Co., Boston, n.d. Also housed with the copies is The Mansion of Happiness: English and American Versions of a Nineteenth-Century Board Game. Unpublished paper by Robert Lewis (The University of Birmingham, England, School of History).
(Call Number: OS. Box 2)

Box B

Mother Goose Game. London, ca. 1820. Photocopy. (Call Number: Box B)

Box C

Pocket Chess Board. 1858. (Call Number: Box C)

Box D

Three plates for a puzzle or game, n.d. (Call Number: Box D)

II. Amusements and Fun Games

Part 2. Puzzles.

Box 1

Chinese Puzzle, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 2. Box 1)

French Puzzle Brain Game. 1851. (Call Number: Fun. Part 2. Box 1)

Mother of pearl buckle and puzzle from the estate of John Hancock, ca. 1737-1793. (Call Number: Fun. Part 2. Box 1)

My Grandfathers Farm, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 2. Box 1)

Sliced Animals, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 2. Box 1)

Sliced Nations, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 2. Box 1)

Sliced Objects, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 2. Box 1)

McLoughlin Collection

Great American Centennial Exhibition Puzzle Blocks. New York: George H. Chinnock, 1875. Lithographed by Brett, N.Y. (Call Number: McLo. Great)

Locomotive Picture Puzzle. New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1887.
(Call Number: McLo. Loco)

Picture Puzzle. City of Worcester [steamboat]. New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1889. Gift of Robert Armstrong, 2000. (Call Number: McLo. Pict)

Susie's Morning Visitor and Frolic and Betsy. Dissected Picture Puzzles. Brilliant Series. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d. (Call Number: McLo. Susie)

McLoughlin Collection Small Games Box

Chinese Puzzle. 2 copies, variant sizes. New York: McLoughlin Bros., ca. 1863-1870s. (Call Number: McLo. Small Games)

Box A

Chinese and Santa Claus Puzzle, ca. 1863. (Call Number: Box A)

For One of Our Little Guests, n.d. (Call Number: Box A)

Box C

New Games and Home Amusements, Sliced Objects. Broadside Advertisement, n.d. (Call Number: Box C)

Box D

Toll Gate #3, ca. 1882. (Call Number: Box D)

Who Did it/The Maine Questions, n.d. (Call Number: Box D)

II. Amusements and Fun Games

Part 3. Card games, playing cards, conversation cards and question games, parlor games, small boxed games.

Box 1

Apache Playing Cards, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Arousing Game of Gifts, Uses, and Consequenses, n.d.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Avilude of Game of Birds, 1873. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Bee Hive card game of good and bad traits. Lithographed cards, n.d.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Brothers Present, n.d., box only (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Card of invitation game with names of birds, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Characteristics, an Original and Amusing Game. By a lady. 1843.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Comical Converse, an Amusing Pastime. By Solomon Splitsides, n.d.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Conversation Cards, 11 sets:

  1. Conversation Cards. New Bedford, 1811.
  2. Questions and Answers, 2 sets of cards in different colors, n.d.
  3. Conversation Cards, ca. 1812-1816.
  4. Conversation Cards, 26 questions and answers
  5. Conversation Cards, n.d.
  6. Illustrated conversations cards, n.d.
  7. Conversation Cards, ca. 1850.
  8. Ladies and Gentlemans Conversation Cards, n.d.
  9. Conversation Cards, New Bedford, 1812.
  10. Conversation Cards, n.d.
  11. Conversation Cards, n.d.
  12. Conversation Cards, n.p., n.d.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Dissected Pictures, ca. 1840. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Errand Boy or Jack of All Trades. 1846. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Fortune Telling Cards. [n.p., n.d., ca. 1840?] (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Fuzby Cards, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Game of Chivalry, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Game of Conundrums, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Game of the Lamplighter, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Game of Philopoena or Rhymes & Kisses, (Fisher & Bros., 1854)
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Game of 76, or The Lion and Eagle. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Improved and Illustrated Game of Dr. Busby. 1843.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Improved and Illustrated Game of Dr. Busby. 1843. Bequest of Kenneth G. Leach, 2007.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Japhet Jenkins and Sally Jones Visit Tu Bosting. 1868.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Japhet Jenkins and Sam Slick. Trips to Bosting, to Paris, n.d.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

KKK Komikal Konversation Kards. 1866. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Laughable Game of What DYe Buy by Professor Punch, n.d. 2 copies
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Little Corporal. 1854. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Lost Heir. 1875. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Magic Cards: To Ascertain Any Ladys or Gentlemans Name, n.d. 2 sets.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

The Round Game of the Merry Cards or a Trip to China. 1844.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 1)

Box 2

Master Rodbury and His Pupils. 1844. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Medieval tournament (?). Lithographed cards, ca. 1850.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Menagerie, or Game of Beasts. 1846 (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Merry Game of the Poor Old Soldier and His Dog. ca. 1850.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Miscellaneous and miniature playing cards. 4 sets (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Miniature playing cards. 2 sets (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Miscellaneous playing cards. 2 sets. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Miscellaneous game pieces, n.d. (not found 7/02)

Mixed Pickles. 1867. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Modern Hieroglyphics (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

New and Lively Game of Squails, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Nick Bottom's Game of Shakspere (New York: C.S. Francis & Co.). 1845.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Pickwick Cards. 1844. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Picture Pocket Gallery. Ca. 1850. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Playing Cards. 5 sets

  1. American playing card co, n.d.
  2. Early playing cards ca. pre-1820.
  3. Playing cards ca. 1850.
  4. Set of Highlander playing cards with spades, hearts, diamonds, and clubs. Ca. 1839-42.
  5. Playing cards by Jazahiah Ford ca. 1810.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Prangs Magic Cards. 1865. (not found 7/02)

Singer Domino Cards for Free Distribution to U.S. Soldiers, n.d.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Snap. 1872. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Stevens Patent Liberty Habeas Corpus Protection Cards. 1869.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Sybils Leaves for 1833. 1833. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Totem. 1873. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

A Trip to Paris: a laughable game. ca. 1857. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Trips of Japhet Jenkins and Sam Slick. 1871. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Uncle Tom's Cabin Card Game, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

Union Cards. 1862. (Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box 2)

McLoughlin Collection

Game of a Visit to Camp. New York: McLoughlin Bros., ca. 1861-1865.
(Call Number: McLo. Visit)

McLoughlin Collection Small Games Box

Grandmama's Game of Riddles. New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1863-1869.
(Call Number: McLo. Small Games)

Grandma's Game of Riddles. New York: McLoughlin Bros., after 1900.
(Call Number: McLo. Small Games)

Pleasing & Instructing Game of Country Store Keeper. New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1889. (Call Number: McLo. Small Games)

Box A

Age Cards, n.d. (Call Number: Box A)

Aladdin or The Wonderful Lamp. 1876. (Call Number: Box A)

Forced Confessions: A Happy-Come-Hit Game. By Uncle Ossian. 1869. Instructions. (Call Number: Box A)

Fragmentscards, puzzles. Ca. late 19th- early 20th centuries. (Call Number: Box A)

Toy Money, New York: R. Shugg, 1872. (Call Number: Box A)

Box B

Ladies and Gentlemens Sibylline Leaves. 1839. (Call Number: Box B)

The Lamplighter. By a Lady, n.d. Photocopy. (Call Number: Box B)

Magic Divination Cards. 1863. (Call Number: Box B)

Manuscripts for a conversation game (?), n.d. (Call Number: Box B)

Box C

Parlor Games

  1. Eltons New Motto for Parties, n.d.
  2. Eltons True Love Mottoes, n.d.
  3. Laughable Game for the Social Cirle, n.d.
(Call Number: Box C)

Protean Cards: or, The Box of One Hundred Games. 1869.
(Call Number: Box C)

Box D

Squails, n.d. Instructions. (Call Number: Box D)

A Trip to Paris: a laughable game. ca. 1857. Instructions.
(Call Number: Box D)

Box E

Three Bears and Silverlocks, set of 6 nesting blocks (McLoughlin, Bros., n.d.)
(Call Number: Fun. 3. Box E)

Box F

Nest of Pictures and ABC Blocks, set of 7 nesting blocks (McLoughlin, Bros., n.d.)
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box F)

Box G

(2) Homemade pictorial scrolls with portraits
(Call Number: Fun. Part 3. Box G)

OS Box 1

Uncut sheets of woodcut playing cards. By Jazaniah Ford. Milton, Ma., ca. 1810. (Call Number: OS. Box 1)

II. Amusements and Fun Games

Part 4. Large boxed games, myriopticon, and metamorphosen.

Box 1

Bezique, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 4. Box 1)

Game of Anagrams. Ca. 1853-54. (Call Number: Fun. Part 4. Box 1)

Game of Store, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 4. Box 1)

Golden Egg, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 4. Box 1)

Grandmother Hap-hazard, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 4. Box 1)

Gutenberg, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 4. Box 1)

Metamorphosen, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 4. Box 1)

Myropticon A Historical Panorama: Rebellion, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 4. Box 1)

Panorama of the Visit of Santa Claus to the Happy Children, n.d.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 4. Box 1)

Schimmell, or Bell & Hammer (c. 1850-1875)
(Call Number: Fun. Part 4. Box 1)

McLoughin Collection

Derby Steeple Chase. New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1888.
(Call Number: McLo. Derby)

Farmer Jones Pigs. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d. (Call Number: McLo. Farmer)

Game of the Captive Princess. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Captive)

Game of the Visit of Santa Claus. New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1897.
(Call Number: McLo. Santa)

Game of John Gilpin. Rainbow Backgammon. And Bewildered Travellers. 1876. (Call Number: McLo. Gilpin)

Kriss Kringles Christmas Tableaux. Springfield, Ma.: Milton Bradley & Co., n.d. (Call Number: McLo. Kriss)

The New Pretty Village -- Church Set. New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1897.
(Call Number: McLo. Village)

Soldier Ten Pins. New York: McLoughlin Bros., c. 1876.
(Call Number: McLo. Soldier)

Uncle Sams Panorama of Rip Van Winkle and Yankee Doodle. With illustrations by William Momberger. (Call Number: McLo. Uncle)

McLoughlin Collection Small Games Box

Anagrams: A Game of Letters. New York: McLoughlin Bros., ca. 1900
(Call Number: McLo. Small Games)

Box D

World of tomorrow/New York Worlds Fair: 1789-1939. (Call Number: Box D)

II. Amusements and Fun Games

Part 5. Wooden games and blocks.

Box 1

Celebrated Pigeon-Tail Puzzle. 1867. (Call Number: Fun. Part 5/6)

Crandall's Improved Building Blocks for Children. 1867.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 5/6)

Crandall's Masquerade Blocks. 1860. (Call Number: Fun. Part 5/6)

Game Called Tivoli or The Chinese Billiard, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 5/6)

Hills Alphabet Blocks, ca. 1870. (Call Number: Fun. Part 5/6)

Picture Cards on Wood. Ca. 1831. (Call Number: Fun. Part 5/6)

Toy Village. Ca. 1831. (Call Number: Fun. Part 5/6)

Wooden Puzzle Blocks, n.d. (Call Number: Fun. Part 5/6)

Ye Hero of 76 Crandalls Improved Building Blocks. 1875.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 5/6)

McLoughlin Collection

The Babes in the Wood. Little Folks Cubes. Designed by Richard Andre. New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1888. (Call Number: McLo. Babes)

Picture ABC Blocks. New York: McLoughlin Bros., ca. 1858-1869. Contains 20 blocks. Features picture of a boy in a sailor suit playing with the blocks.
(Call Number: McLo. ABC1)

Picture ABC Blocks. New York: McLoughlin Bros., ca. 1858-1869. Contains 30 blocks. Features picture of a girl and a dog playing with the blocks.
(Call Number: McLo. ABC2)

II. Amusements and Fun Games

Part 6. Paper dolls and party games

Box 1

Fanny Gray. 1854.
(Call Number: Fun. Part 5/6)

Sam Slick from Weathersfield to Paris and the exposition (Springfield, Mass: Milton Bradley & Co., 1867)
(Call Number: Fun. Part 5/6)

McLoughlin Collection- Paper Doll Box 1

Alice. Series No. 1. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Baby Blue. Dolly Varden Dolls. New York: McLoughlin Bros., ca. 1876.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Baby Perry series [attr. McLoughlin Bros., n.d.], lacks doll.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Bertie Bright. New York: McLoughlin Bros., ca. 1874. 2 copies.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Bessie Bright. No. 3. Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson, n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Bedroom Set, No. 1. McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Bride. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Bride. [attr. McLoughlin Bros., n.d.], lacks doll.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Bride groom and groomsman. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Bridesmaid. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Carrie Grant. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Diane the Bride. New York: McLoughlin Bros., [1880-1890]
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Ella Hall. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Emma. [attr. McLoughlin Bros., n.d.], 2 sets.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Ester Fine. Series No. 1. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d. 2 sets
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Eugenia. Series No. 3. New York: McLoughlin Bros., ca. 1863-1869.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Eva St. Claire and Topsey. Series No. 2, New Series. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Flora Fair. Series No. 1. Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson, n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

Flora McFlimsy. Series No. 1. Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson, n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 1)

McLoughlin Collection- Paper Doll Box 2

Grace Lee. [New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.]
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Jane. Series No. 1. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Jeannie. [attr. McLoughlin Bros., n.d.],
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Jennie June. [attr. McLoughlin Bros., n.d.],
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Jenny. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box)

The Kaiser. [attr. McLoughlin Bros., n.d.],
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Lady Gay. New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1858.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Lillie Lane. No. 2. Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson, n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Little Fred. New York: McLoughlin Bros., ca. 1863-69
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Little Lady. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Marquis. New Series No. 2. New York: McLoughlin Bros., ca. 1863-69.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Mary Gray. Series No. 2. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Minnie Miller. [attr. McLoughlin Bros., n.d.],
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Minnie Warren. [New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.]
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Mollie. Series No. 1. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Mrs. Tom Thumb, the little lady. New York: McLoughlin Bros.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2) 1852-1859

Mrs. Tom Thumb [Little Tom Thumb Series]. New York: McLoughlin Bros.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2) 186-

Paul. Series No. 1. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

[Paper doll, unidentified]. New York: McLoughlin Bros., [1880-1890]
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

[Paper doll, unidentified, attr. McLoughlin Bros., n.d.]
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

[Paper doll clothes, unidentified, attr. McLoughlin Bros., n.d.]
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

[Paper doll clothes, unidentified, attr. McLoughlin Bros., n.d.]
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Pauline, Baby and Annette, New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Ruby Rose. Series No. 2. New York: McLoughlin Bros., ca. 1863-69.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Stella. Series No. 1. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

Susie Simple. New York: McLoughlin Bros., ca. 1874.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Box 2)

McLoughlin Collection

Uncut sheet for Edna. New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1900.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Folder)

Uncut sheet for Ethel. New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1900. (Call Number: McLo. Dolls Folder)

Uncut sheet for Jockey #5. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Folder)

Uncut sheet for Jockey #6. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Folder)

Uncut sheet for Paper Dolls No. 0100. New York: McLoughlin Bros., n.d. 3 sheets; each sheet features a different girl.
(Call Number: McLo. Dolls Folder)

Box B

Home Amusements. Hand Shadows, n.d.
(Call Number: Box B)

Box C

Paper dolls. 3 handmade dolls. Ca. 1865-70. Gift of Florence Wood
(Call Number: Box C)

Paper dolls. 3 handmade dolls, n.d.
(Call Number: Box C)

Paper dolls. 1956 copy of 1845-1858 paper dolls. Jenny Lind. With an introductory pamphlet by Herbert Hosmer, Jr.
(Call Number: Box C)

Paper dolls, costumes, photographs. 1 chromolithographed doll, n.d.
(Call Number: Box C)

Paper dolls. Handmade. 2 dolls, n.d.
(Call Number: Box C)

Paper dolls. Envelope only, "No. 1. Carry with her dresses." J.G. Chandler, Lith., Roxbury, MA (Boston: Brown, Taggard & Chase, 1857)
(Call Number: Box C)

Paper dolls. "No. 4. Little Fairy Lightfoot." One doll, partially cut, in dance posture, five dresses (1 cut out) and two headpieces, uncut. In orginal envelope with directions (printed on green paper), J.G. Chandler, Lith., Roxbury, MA (Boston: Brown, Taggard & Chase, 1857). From the George Dubois Family Collection.
(Call Number: Box C)

Paper dolls. "No. 6. Jack, and his Holiday Companions." One doll, partially cut, standing with cane, four outfits, four hats, a horse with two dogs, all uncut. J.G. Chandler, Lith., Roxbury, MA (Boston: Brown, Taggard & Chase, 1857). In orginal envelope with advertisement for The Good Little Pig's Library (Boston: Geo. C. Rand & Avery, n.d.). From the George Dubois Family Collection.
(Call Number: Box C)

Palmer Cox Brownie Dolls

Box 1

Brownie with Pointed Hat
(Call Number: Brownie. Box 1)

Brownie with Pill Box Hat
(Call Number: Brownie. Box 1)

Native American Brownie with Striped Cape
(Call Number: Brownie. Box 1)

Box 2

Uncle Same Brownie
(Call Number: Brownie. Box 2)

Brownie in Striped Pants
(Call Number: Brownie. Box 2)

Miniature Brownie
(Call Number: Brownie. Box 2)

Robinson Crusoe (NOT a Brownie)
(Call Number: Brownie. Box 2)

Box 3

The Dude
(Call Number: Brownie. Box 3)

Native American Brownie with Fringed Buckskin
(Call Number: Brownie. Box 3)

Box 4

Brownie with Top Hat
(Call Number: Brownie. Box 4)

Brownie with Pointed Cap and Striped Shirt
(Call Number: Brownie. Box 4)

II. Amusements and Fun Games

Part 7. Reference collection.

Box D

McCleary, Samuel. Making Dissected Maps. 1849. (Call Number: Box D)

Russack, Rick. Childrens Games in America: The First Chapter Ephemera Studies suppl. (Summer, 1991). (Call Number: Box D)

Williams, Anne. Featured Company: Charles Magnus, New York Game and Puzzle Manufacturer n.d. (Call Number: Box D)

Williams, Anne. Perplexing Puzzles of the Past Puzzle Connection (March, 1984): 5-6. (Call Number: Box D)

OS Box 2

Lewis, Robert. The Mansion of Happiness: English and American Versions of a Nineteenth-Century Board Game. Unpublished paper, produced at the University of Birmingham, England, School of History. Housed with 3 copies of the Mansion of Happiness. (Call Number: OS. Box 2)

 

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