Salem, NY, nd (c. 1930s). Paperback. Very Good. Item #21-8938
Wooden game that has a rooster and an African American. The game was played with an air rifle that was shot at the target. When the rooster was hit the image of the African American drops down. Game appears to be working as the target slides. The pop gun is missing. The Chromolithograph cover is not faded with great vibrant colors and depicts the target, an African American with the quote "Who Said Chicken" under his image, the target is located on the side of the barn with farm animals. The condition is good, some cellophane tape on the box edges, some tears and a crease on the front cover. Game is 12.25" tall, 6.75" wide, 7/8" deep. The box is 9.5 x 15.5". Please note: we are selling this as a historical relic documenting America's racist past. We are not promoting the sickening disease of racism.