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16 Ready to Play Games Designed and Drawn By W.P. and B. Keasbey

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Whitman Publishing of Racine, WI, a subsidiary of Western Publishing, published comic books and juvenile literature for most of the 20th century. Whitman is particularly remembered for its Little Golden Books. The firm produced this paper booklet of sixteen different "board" games in 1931. Bright colors characterize each one. Consumers got a lot of fun for their money if they purchased this game booklet. This made a difference during the Great Depression.

ManufacturerWhitman Publishing Co.
Materialprinted cardstock
OriginRacine, WI
Stylecombination
Object ID112.2338
Credit LineGift of Diane Olin in memory of Stephen Olin

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