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A 1939 copyright marks a Milton Bradley card game which echoes educational card games made 50 or more years prior. During the early years of game production in America, many people viewed gaming as a waste of time, or worse--sinful. Educational games such as this were developed to market sensible games to those individuals, and to help educate children. These kinds of card games were certainly manufactured well into the 20th century, but they were less commonthan during the late 19th century.

ManufacturerMilton Bradley Company
Materialprinted cardstock | paper | cardboard
OriginSpringfield, MA
Styletrivia
Object ID115.325
Credit LineGift of the Koronowski Family in Memory of Elizabeth A. (Brillhart) Koronowski

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