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Jigsaw puzzles

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Anne D. Williams collection of jigsaw puzzle videos

 Collection — Box 1-2: [Anne D. Williams collection of jigsaw puzzle videos]
Identifier: 2015.williams
Abstract The Anne D. Williams collection of jigsaw puzzle videos contains recordings on the topic of jigsaw puzzles, various puzzle-makers, and puzzle collectors. These moving image recordings (VHS cassettes and DVDs) are dated between 1983 and 2011.

Anne D. Williams papers

 Collection — Box 1-41
Identifier: 2020.williams
Abstract The Anne D. Williams papers contain decades of compiled research (notes, reference, correspondence, photographs, and other documentation) on various companies, independent puzzle-makers, puzzle collectors, and more. The bulk of the materials are dated between 1980 and 2006.

Collection of John J. Fox Parker Brothers oral histories

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1986.parker
Abstract The Collection of John J. Fox Parker Brother oral histories contains 14 original audiocassette recordings from 1986, associated paper materials from Fox, and digitized audio recordings and transcripts created by staff members at The Strong. [The transcripts and associated .mp3 audio files are currently available online via Preservica-Universal...

Deed for a jig saw

 Item — Box Individual manuscripts
Identifier: 116.6527
Abstract This record is a deed for a jig saw, acquired by Ansel French and Francis French from Sumner Blanchard, in Wilton, New Hampshire, dated January 25, 1861.

Portrait of George W. Fiss

 Item — Box Individual manuscripts
Identifier: 118.554.2
Abstract A portrait-studio photograph of jigsaw puzzle enthusiast and maker George W. Fiss.

“Record Book for Jigsaw Puzzles”

 Item — Box Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 118.554
Abstract A leather-bound record book kept by George W. Fiss Sr. He used the book to record when each of his home-made puzzles were loaned out, two whom, and when they were returned. There are 114 pages to the book and the last entry is January 18, 1925.