Online Collections

Search Tips

Quotation Marks—Enclosing a multiword phrase in quotation marks tells the search engine to list only sites that contain those words in that exact order.

The following must appear in ALL CAPS and with a space on each side.

AND—Indicates that the records found must contain all the words joined by the AND operator. For example, to find objects that contain the words wizard, oz, and movie, enter wizard AND oz AND movie.

OR—Records found must contain at least one of the words joined by OR. For example, to find objects that contain the word dog or the word puppy, enter dog OR puppy.

AND NOT—Indicates that the records found cannot contain the word that follows the term AND NOT. For example, to find objects that contain the word pets but not the word dogs, enter pets AND NOT dogs.

Cities

card game

E.E. Fairchild of Rochester, New York began producing games in the early 20th century. Respected today for those early high quality and unusual subject board games, Fairchild soon branched out into toys and playing cards as well. Additionally, the firm began jigsaw puzzle production soon after the second great American craze for jigsaw puzzles in 1933. Fairchild became one of many makers of cardboard jigsaw puzzles through most of the rest of the 20th century. During the last few years of operation, it specialized in puzzle production alone.

ManufacturerE. E. Fairchild Corp.
Materialcardboard | printed paper
OriginRochester, NY
Stylematching
Object ID113.890
Credit LineGift of Bob Collins and Family

All artifact images, interpretive information, and website text
© The Strong.