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Tiddlywinks Bibliography

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The Tiddlywinks Bibliography is a compendium of all substantive and obscure citations to the game of tiddlywinks in all available resources:  newspapers, magazines, books, government records, images, audio, video, websites, etc.  In other words, if the game of tiddlywinks was mentioned either briefly or in detail, it should be in the Tiddlywinks Bibliography.

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Photographs

Cabinet Cards

24 Feb 1891 Men Playing Tiddlywinks.
A Tiddlywinks party at the York house.
  Photograph depicting five men playing tiddlywinks at a small table with a woman holding a child looking on from the right.

From the Museum of History and Technology.

digital copy (NATwA)

Theatrical Photographs

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Miscellaneous Photographs

1920  

Black and white photograph of 5 adults playing tiddlywinks.

 
Retrieved 19 Jan 2012  
  • Crook Town
  • memories and photos in the 1940's and 50's
  • tiddlywinks
  • [Photograph of a game of tiddlywinks from above, with one hand shooting and another hand pointing.]
 
1966    
2010  
  • 2010 Tiddlywinks WORLD CHAMPIONS
  • ENGLAND 2010
  • Sponsored by RAPANUI
  • Alan Dean
    Stew Sage
    Matt Fayers
    Andrew Garrard
    Alan Harper
    Charles Relle
    Matthew Rose
    Geoff Thorpe
 

Photographic Archives

Associated Press

16 May 1959 ID 5905160148 "Twink Goss, left, University of Washington senior is marking a tiddlywinks shot under eye of her 'coach,' Dave Stern, a Washington junior, as Stern gives tryouts for a team to meet Cambridge University, labeled as the tiddlywinks champion of the British Empire in Seattle, May 16, 1959. The Cambridge tiddly team also plans to play Yale, Harvard, Dartmouth, Princeton and other schools in the U.S. this summer. 'With concentration, Miss Goss will make a good tiddlewinker on our team,' said Stern. " photo by Ed Johnson. Original (NATwA)
3 Aug 1962 ID 620803157 "Elizabeth King of London, member of the British tiddlywinks team, lines up her next move in a demonstration following team's arrival at Hoboken, N.J., Aug. 3, 1962. Team will tour the United States. Keeping close watch are teammates Peter J. Freeman, of Malvern; Philip Moore of Wolverhampton; and Dave Willis of Doncaster, Yorkshire, England. Team competes with a New York team on August 4." photo by Eddie Adams.  
4 Aug 1962 ID 6208040110 "Peter Freeman, center, captain of the British Tiddledywinks team, attempts to place a "wink" in the cup during Tiddlywinks tournament with the U.S. team, at a New York restaurant, Aug. 4, 1962. Watching the play are, from left, George Winslow of the U.S. team, Elizabeth King of the British team, and Ken Baker, captain of the U.S. team. All the four British team members are students at Oxford University Keble College. Members of the U.S. team are all Madison Avenue Public relations executives. The match in New York was sponsored by the U.S. government's People To People sports committee. The British won the August 4 game."  
25 Mar 1972 ID 7203251348 "North American junior tiddlywinks tournament, March 25, 1972." photo by Ray Stubblebine. Taken at Peekskill, New York. View from above.  
25 Mar 1972 ID 7203251355 "North American junior Tiddlywinks tournament, March 25, 1972" photo by Ray Stubblebine. Taken at Peekskill, New York. Shows 4 boys playing tiddlywinks.  
28 Mar 1972 ID 7203281139 "Tiddlywinks, once a recreational lark in the lore of youth, had its serious side as young competitors bent to their tabletop strategy in what was billed as the first annual junior continental tiddlywinks championship for students under college age in Peekskill, N.Y., March 28, 1972. A determined Michele Bagnall, 13, of Phoenixville, Pa., misses the shot, center during play." photo by Ray Stubblebine  
28 Mar 1972 ID 7203281147 "Tiddlywinks, once a recreational lark in the lore of youth, had its serious side as young competitors bent to their tabletop strategy in what was billed as the first annual junior continental tiddlywinks championship for students under college age in Peekskill, N.Y. Winning team from Rye Neck High School in Rye Neck, N.Y., was comprised of Mark Ricci, 13, foreground at right, and Eric Diefeneach, 12, background March 28, 1972." photo by Ray Stubblebine.  
28 Mar 1972 ID 7203280172 "Tiddlywinks, once a recreational lark in the lore of youth, had its serious side as young competitors bent to their tabletop strategy in what was billed as the first annual junior continental tiddlywinks championship for students under college age in Peekskill, N.Y., March 28, 1972. A determined Michele Bagnall, 13, of Phoenixville, Pa., tries a shot during play." photo by Ray Stubblebine.  

Corbis Images

Also includes images from the Associated Press Images archives.

25 Feb 1891 ID MH002788

"A Tiddlywinks party at the York house. Location: Probably Seattle, Washington, USA." Oval print. From Museum of History and Industry.

 

Online Archive of California

1962-1963

San Francisco Examiner photograph negative archive files. Collection Number: BANC PIC 2006.029--NEG. Box 1392. Not online

 
12 Feb 1976

University of California, Berkeley. Collection Number: UARC PIC 27A. Item 4536M. Not online.

 

MIT Museum

1972

Black and white photograph of MIT Team at U.S. Customs, Logan Airport, Boston, Massachusetts.

MIT team members are holding squidgers in front of themselves. Included are, from left-to-right: Dave Lockwood, J. Frans Christ, Bill Renke, Tim Schiller, Jim Marlin, and Craig Schweinhart

 
  Black and white photograph of Rich Steidle during tiddlywinks marathon in the lobby of Building 10.  
  Black and white photograph of Rich Steidle watching and Joe Sachs shooting during tiddlywinks marathon in the lobby of Building 10.  
  Black and white photograph of Rich Steidle watching and Joe Sachs shooting during tiddlywinks marathon in the lobby of Building 10, with onlookers.  
  Black and white photograph of Tim Schiller shooting a wink.  
 

Black and white photograph of four MIT team members with a trophy.

Included are, from left-to-right: unknown, Dave Sheinson (Sunshine), unknown, unknown

 
  Black and white photograph of two children playing tiddlywinks with adults watching.  
  Black and white photograph of Saul Agranoff and Dave Lockwood shooting in the game of tiddlywinks.  

Scran (Scotland UK)

   

Tiddlywinks Challenge Match

Scran ID: 000-000-056-168-C

 
   

Tiddlywinks match - Scotland v England - Player D Wallace

Scran ID: 000-000-054-609

 
   

Tiddlywinks match - Scotland v England - Player J Cameron

Scran ID: 000-000-054-610

 
   

Tiddly-winks challenge match

Scran ID: 000-000-056-182-C

 
   

Tiddly-winks Challenge Match - Edinburgh University v University College of London

Scran ID: 000-000-056-180

 
   

Tiddly-winks Challenge Match - Edinburgh University v University College of London

Scran ID: 000-000-056-181

 
   

Tiddly-winks Challenge Match - Edinburgh University v University College of London

Scran ID: 000-000-056-180

 
   

Tiddlywinks championship

Scran ID: 000-000-537-779-C

 

United Press International

31 Mar 1959
  • Flipping His Wink (Two)
  • LONDON: An expectant hush falls over London's Empress Club as General Sir Hugh Stockwell prepares to pot his wink in a crucial moment of the world tiddlywinks championship. Somewhat stripped for action, the General led the Duke of Edinburgh's team against the acknowledged world champions, Cambridge University
Original (NATwA)

Photographic Sessions

27 Nov 1957 Keystone Press Agency photographic session at Christ's College, Cambridge (as cited in Winks Rampant)  

Photographs of Tiddlywinks Events

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Stroboscopic Photography

Spring 1979 Ron Mabbitt, MIT Strobe Projects Laboratory report.  "Study of trajectories of tiddlywinks in flight", with photographic sequences.   
13 Dec 1979 Rick Tucker, MIT Strobe Projects Laboratory report.  "Tiddlywinks Photography" with photographs and slides. Original (NATwA)
### Yan Wang, ### Digital copy (NATwA)
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