Photo, Print, Drawing Round the world with Nellie Bly--The Worlds globe circler scan from b&w copy photo in Publishing Office
About this Item
- Round the world with Nellie Bly--The Worlds globe circler
- Board game about journalist Nellie Bly's trip around the world in 1889-1890. Game shows squares for each of the 73 days of her journey arranged in a circular pattern, flanked with images of Bly, Jules Verne, a steam ship and a train.
- Created / Published
- 1890 Jan. 26.
- Subject Headings
- - Bly, Nellie,--1864-1922--Journeys
- - Journalists--1880-1890
- - Women--Employment--1880-1890
- - Voyages around the world--1880-1890
- Board games--1890.
- Periodical illustrations--1890.
- Board games--1890
- Periodical illustrations--1890
- - Illus. in: The New York world. New York, N.Y. : New York World, 1890 Jan. 26, p. 21.
- - Published in: American women : a Library of Congress guide for the study of women's history and culture in the United States / edited by Sheridan Harvey ... [et al.]. Washington : Library of Congress, 2001, p. .
- 1 print.
- Call Number/Physical Location
- Illus. in Newspaper Microfilm 1363 [Newspaper & Current Periodical RR]
- Library of Congress Newspaper and Periodicals Reading Room Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
- Digital Id
- ppmsca 02918 //hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ppmsca.02918
- Library of Congress Control Number
- Reproduction Number
- LC-DIG-ppmsca-02918 (scan from b&w copy photo in Publishing Office)
- Rights Advisory
- No known restrictions on publication.
- Access Advisory
- Microfilm served in lieu of original when available.
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- Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-ppmsca-02918 (scan from b&w copy photo in Publishing Office)
- Call Number: Illus. in Newspaper Microfilm 1363 [Newspaper & Current Periodical RR]
- Access Advisory: Microfilm served in lieu of original when available.
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Round the world with Nellie Bly--The Worlds globe circler. , 1890. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2002716792/.
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