Victor G. Reiling papers
The Victor G. Reiling papers are arranged as one series. The materials are housed in two archival document boxes.
- 1982 - 2005
- Majority of material found within 1982 - 1988
- Reiling, Victor G. (Designer, Person)
Conditions Governing Use
1 Linear Feet (2 boxes)
Reiling began his career as an engineer for the United States Navy. Upon retiring from military service, he gave up national defense for somewhat lighter ambitions, joining Fisher-Price in 1970. He later worked as Director of Research and Development for game-maker Milton-Bradley. Eventually, Reiling ventured out on his own, establishing Victor G. Reiling Associates, in order to develop his own toy ideas and sell inventions to different toy manufacturers. Reiling holds various patents for remote-controlled toys, sound simulators, puzzles, play sets, and more.
System of Arrangement
- Finding Aid to the Victor G. Reiling Papers, 1982-2005
- Julia Novakovic
- 29 October 2013
- Description rules
Part of the Brian Sutton-Smith Library and Archives of Play at The Strong Repository
One Manhattan Square
Rochester NY 14607 USA