Object ID 000650
Object Name Uncle Wiggily's New Airplane Game
Object Desc Uncle Wiggily's New Airplane Game. Contains a large cardboard board, black on the outside, play area inside. Is labeled on outside the same as the small game pieces box, also cardboard. Boxes top is a rabbit rding a plane. Inside cards and wood pieces.
Collection General Collection
Accession # CMY000283a-c
General Category History
Source Category Found In Collection
Accession Date JAN 1,1991
Location Toy Window Exhibit
Start Year Range
End Year Range
Status On Exhibit
Object Keywords Uncle Wiggly's,games,board games,toys,Milton Bradley,airplanes,boxes,
Title Uncle Wiggily's New Airplane Game
Description Uncle Wiggily's New Airplane Game. Contains a large cardboard board, black on the outside, play area inside. Is labeled on outside the same as the small game pieces box, also cardboard. Boxes top is a rabbit riding an airplane. Inside cards and 4 wood pieces. The pieces are small and round, 1 yellow, 1 blue, 1 green, and 1 red. There are yellow cards (104 quantity), and red cards (34 quantity). Each card is a rhyme that also gives the movement amount.
Approx Collection Date
Unit of Measure Inches/ounces
Dimension Details The boards dimensions are above, it is a square, and the thickness of the board is less than a quarter of an inch. Box (top and bottom) 6.5 by 5.25 inches. Depth, 1.5 inches. The pieces have a diameter of .5 inch. Red and yellow cards are 1.5 by 2.5 inches.
Place of Origin
Maker Milton Bradley Company
Maker Details by Howard R. Garis
Date MAR 28,2013
Assessor Hannah Lartz
Notes The inner seam of the game board is worn away, so the inner picture is broken in half. The outer seam is complete, although worn at the ends. The board is warped, and the corners black paper finish is worn away. The bottom of the box is perfect. The top is worn around the edges and corners. One corner is ripped. The cards, and game pieces are completely fine, maybe alittle discolored, but it's not too obvious.
Date MAR 28,2013
Summary Location change
Notes Location changed to Toy Room Exhibit from Dr. Jospeh Eisenberg Exhibit - automatic entry by admin