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My mother ended up with this, and I'm not sure where she got it. I think at a garage sale, but it might have come from:
as they somehow found each other years ago after he was profiled in the Enquirer.
Anyway, she's passed the game on to me and I was finally able to go through the database and verify that it doesn't match any of the current versions listed. First off, it's in a red box instead of brown like the other 1965 versions, second, there's no label on the back, and third it's got a butterfly-style interior. I don't know yet how the rules/cards/gameplay differ from other versions, but wanted to see if anyone had any information on this particular setup. I'll have to re-type the ruleset for readability, as the copied rules are kinda dim and missing some text on one side (which I should be able to suss out in context.)
Box Back (Notice there isn't a label)
Interior opens up butterfly-style
One side w/ cards made of cardstock
One side w/ cards (slightly zoomed out)
Other side w/ cards
Advertising / Fund Raising Chart
Advertising Chart Detail
Fund Raising Chart Detail
5-page Rulebook - Copied from typewritten pages - includes handwritten notes on gameplay
Rulebook Notes 1
Rulebook Notes 2
Rulebook Notes 3
Rulebook Notes 4
Rulebook Notes 5
- Last edited Fri Oct 7, 2016 2:33 am (Total Number of Edits: 1)
- Posted Fri Oct 7, 2016 1:33 am
Wow, that is super cool. I have many, many versions, but nothing like this.
Very very cool