The 1920 Philadelphia Folk Monopoly Game article with reference to monopoly game origins at the Wharton School was written by Malcolm Graeme Holcombe and published by the Association for
GAMES & PUZZLES International.
THE 1920 PHILADELPHIA FOLK MONOPOLY GAME Board Cover: A hand-painted & finely-finished wood folk art game board.
Upper Left: Haverford College Record of 1922 - Edward Allinson Taylor -
Lower Left: Monopoly Money Game Chips
Lower Right: Haverford College Record of 1924 - Lawrence Newbold Taylor -
Top: The 1920 Philadelphia Folk MONOPOLY Game Board in play
Left: Time Magazine Cover - Rexford Guy Tugwell, Wharton School (Vol. XXIII, No. 26)
Right: Monopoly houses, tokens, deeds, paper money & give, take & move cards
Left: Haverford College Record of 1924 - Edward (Edwin) Bernard Rosskam - Game Board Artist
Right: 1973.08.12 - Sarasota Herald Tribune - Letter to the Editor 'Missed A Monopoly Chance' by Lawrence N. Taylor
Lower Left: 11 hand-carved Monopoly tokens representing U.S. presidents
Lower Right: Game Box for storing playing implements