Association for Games & Puzzles International
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
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