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Question and Answer Games

TRAITS (NEW TESTAMENT REFERENCES)
c
1933 By Ray W. Mason, Goodenough and Woglom Co., New York, NY
61/61, plain, instructions
Played like Authors, only players must arrange the cards in order, to make up Bible verses.


GRANDMAMA'S SUNDAY GAME[:] BIBLE QUESTIONS, OLD TESTAMENT
1887 McLoughlin Bros., New York, NY
100/100, plain light green, instructions with answers. A "preceptor" judges among "scholars", who take turns competing to answer questions printed on the cards.

NEW TESTAMENT
GAME OF QUOTATIONS, THE

early 1900's Parker Brothers, Inc., Salem, MA,
New York, London
40/40 (20 pink both sides,
20 green both sides), instructions.
Cards are won by completing the
scripture verses on them.


THE GAME OF QUIZ
1870's or 1880's Selchow and Righter, New York, NY
44/44, bluish purple both sides, 8/? corn kernels and 11/? beans, quotations chart, instructions
Players race to determine whether they hold the card containing an announced quotation.


CONUNDRUMS[:] AN AFTER DINNER GAME
©1899 Parker Brothers, Salem, MA
71/72, plain yellow, instructions, ads sheet
Answers to all questions are words that also relate to food.

GRANDMAMA'S IMPROVED GAME OF RIDDLES
©1887 McLoughlin Bros., New York, NY
111/119, plain light green, instructions
One in a series of "Grandmama" quiz games, mostly educational.