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Take-a-letter

board game

Like other simple travel-style small games from the middle of the twentieth century, Take-a-letter is a simple printed paper sheet, for the gameboard. Players choose a group of alphabet letters to use, and then take turns trying to create as many 3, 4, and 5-letter words from those letters.

ManufacturerHenry B. Goodman
Materialprinted paper | cardboard
OriginNew London, CT
Styletravel | word
Object ID115.1921
Credit LineGift of Bruce Whitehill

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