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This 1930s-era version of Old Maid was manufactured by All-Fair, Inc., a firm based in Rochester, NY. All-Fair contracted the children't artist Vernon Grant (1902-1990) to design the deck and the box cover design. Grant is best known for his designs for Kellogg's cereal mascots Snap, Crackle, and Pop. He designed and illustrated many books and children's imagery during the 20th century.
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