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I Feel Wise Indeed
"'I Feel Wise Indeed' said the Scarecrow" L. Frank Baum, illustrated by W. W. Denslow. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Chicago: George M. Hill Co., 1900.

SUGGESTED READING

Cape, Stephen. "Reading Games and Rare Books: Children's games in the Lilly Library of Indiana University." Popular Culture in Libraries. Binghampton: Haworth Press. Vol. 4, no. 1 (1996), p. 3–17.


Dennis, Lee. Warner's Antique American Games 1840–1940. Elkins Park: Warman Publishing Co., 1986.


Greene, David L. and Dick Martin. The Oz Scrapbook. New York: Random House, 1977.


Hofer, Margaret. The Games We Played: The golden age of board and table games. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2003.


Orbanes, Philip E. The Game Makers: The story of Parker Brothers from Tiddledy Winks to Trivial Pursuit. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 2004, p. 39. (back to introduction)


Schiller, Justin G. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: An 1865 Printing Re– described and Newly Identified as the Publisher's 'File Copy.' With a Revised and Expanded Census of the Suppressed 1865 'Alice'. Kingston: Battledore, Ltd., 1990.


Whitehill, Bruce. Games: American boxed games and their makers, 1822–1992, with values. Radnor: Wallace–Homestead Book Co., 1992, p. 1. (back to introduction)


LINKS


The Association of Game and Puzzle Collectors

The Big Game Hunter

The International Wizard of Oz Club

The Lewis Carroll Society

The Oz Enthusiast


CREDITS

This exhibition was curated, designed, and coded by Carrie Smith,
graduate student intern, The Lilly Library, 2008.

The images for the exhibition were photographed by Bethany Gray and Carrie Smith;
digital imaging by Carrie Smith.

The title banner was designed by Erika Dowell, Public Services Librarian, Lilly Library, Indiana University Libraries.


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