1. Cinderella or Hunt the Slipper (1887). Card game. Printed cardstock, cardboard, paper. McLoughlin Brothers, New York.

    The card game Cinderella or Hunt the Slipper is a reverse version of Old Maid, likely intended for little girls. The winning player is the player who holds the single “slipper” card at the end, unlike standard Old Maid. McLoughlin Brothers of New York produced this game and copyrighted the name in 1887. The romanticized box cover probably helped sales.

     
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