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Game of Doctor Fusby
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McLoughin Brothers edition
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Vintage matching and memory game published by McLoughin Brothers of New York around 1900. They may have changed the name from the more popular Dr. Busby to avoid copyright infringement. The cards feature colorful illustrations of four related family cards, including highly racially stereotypical cards that reflected the social attitudes of the day in their images and titles.

The box cover image shows the Doctor as an old man hunting ducks. It measures 5 1/4" x 4 1/4" x 13/16".

The cards have a pink back and measure 1 15/16" x 2 15/16". Complete with 48 cards, 12 families of 4 cards each.

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