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What could be better, in 1958, than playing a board game and keeping your beloved dog "Bimp" close at hand. A photograph taken from a family album shows two girls, Janet and Carol, playing a board game. Perhaps they're playing Uncle Wiggily; it is clearly a race game. Janet holds Bimp while she makes her move.

Materialphotograph | ink
Object ID112.5654

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