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Toys and Games
Toys and Games
Vinson Walsh McLean, son of American heiress and socialite Evalyn McLean, sitting in a toy horse
Queen Nefertari playing chess: fresco from the tomb of Nefertari, Thebes, 13th century B
an American board game by Milton Bradley, 1863.
An Eskimo kayaker wearing a waterproof jacket and holding a toy boat he made for his son
Thought to be first board game produced in U.S., 1843.
Claude Renoir, Playing. Oil on canvas by Pierre Auguste Renoir, n.d.
Four girls and their dolls sitting around a table and having a tea party. Stereograph
(1890-1969). 34th President of the United States. Eisenhower and his wife, Mamie, playing Scrabble
American advertisement, c1900, for Flexible Flyer sleds.
American, late 19th century.
Poster advertising a toy sale. Silkscreen, c1940.
With heart design. Silk applique, c1700.
Henri Rousseau: Child with Doll. Oil on canvas, c1906.
'Snow balls.' Woodcut by Bertha Boynton Lum, c1913.
Farm children playing on a homemade merry-go-round. Photograph, 1937, by Russell Lee.
Moccasin game kit, with wooden hoop, stick, ball, and stack of twigs. Chiricahua Apache
Painted pine dollhouse manufactured for the Homans family of Boston, Massachusetts, 1744.
Wax doll with cloth body. English, c1820.
European ivory chess piece, 11th-12th century.
Detained immigrants awaiting approval to enter the United States, amusing themselves
A boy looking at Christmas toys in a shop window. Photograph, early 20th century.
Bisque doll with a jointed composition body, made by Emile Jumeau, French, c1890.
Two young girls playing with a Campbell Kid Doll and a baby carriage in New York City
Bette Davis as Baby Jane Hudson in the film, 'Whatever Happened to Baby Jane
Two 5th grade girls playing jacks on the teacher's desk before school in Clairfield, Tennessee
Wooden doll with silk dress, English, c1770.
Early 20th century.
Ceramic rattle in the shape of a man, whose belly was filled with seeds. From Jaina
Achilles and Ajax playing checkers. Attic amphora, possibly by Exekias, c540 B.C.
ANONYMOUS: HOBBY HORSE.
Group of boys gambling with dice on the sidewalk of Cincinnati, Ohio. Photograph by Lewis Hine
AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CARD.
A zoopraxiscope made by Eadweard Muybridge, showing a horse galloping. Lithograph, c1893.
Thule culture Inuit ivory game pieces.
Talking doll invented by Thomas Edison, c1890.
Senate page boys in a snowball fight in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D
(1917-1963). 35th President of the United States. Photographed in 1963 while playing with his son
A doll made from waste material by a child in a knitting mill where mother works
ELECTRIC TRAIN AD, 1918. American advertisement for an electric train made by Ives Toys
Playing ring around a rosie in the Black Belt neighborhood of Chicago: photograph
Pre-Columbian clay sculpture of a child with movable limbs and head, from Tierra Blanca
'A morning walk.' Lithograph, 1898.
AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CARD.
'Game of the French Revolution,' created in 1791
Bisque doll, French, c1885.
Poster advertising a doll and buggy parade in Chicago, Illinois. Silkscreen, 1939.
A girl swings at a Christmas piÃÂ±ata in Mexico, c1915.
Dolls with (left) wax head, wooden hands and feet, and embroidered muslin dress with full skirt
A boy playing with mechanical toy. Photograph by Lewis Hine, c1924.
Women playing Knucklebones. Terracotta, South Italian Greek, about 300 BC. Height
Children playing a game of marbles on a rooftop in New York City. Photograph, c1910.
WINDOW DISPLAY, c1941. Boys looking at a window display in a toy store. Photograph
A Christian man and a Muslim man playing chess
'Innocence Abroad', an American board game by Parker Brothers, 1918.
Carved stone chess pieces from India.
A 10-year-old girl shows off her hula hoop skills to her classmates, c1950s.
'The Great War Game.' American board game by Strat, 1915.
Children tobogganing down a hill in Canada. Photograph, late 20th century.
Solution to the first crossword puzzle, from the 'fun' supplement of the
Kop the Kaiser. American board game by Milton Bradley, c1916.
Portrait of a girl holding a black rag doll. Daguerreotype, c1852.
'El Pelele (The Puppet).' Oil on canvas by Francisco Goya, for the textile
American whirligig of Uncle Sam on bicycle. Wood and metal, c1876.
John N. Swartzell and his daughter, Margaret, playing with an electric train on the
School children 'jumping sticks' outside Buffalo School, a one room schoolhouse
LINCOLN TOY WAGON
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