I’m reblogging this for Molly. Monopoly has been played a lot in my house and we even had a Monopoly-themed birthday party for Molly all those years ago… Because of that birthday party I know a lot of Monopoly trivia, but somehow I did not know the game’s birthday was so close to Molly’s.
Monopoly Turns 80: Everything You Didn’t Know About the Iconic Game
Posted on March 20, 2015 by CharlieClaywell
Categories: Family History
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