Children playing on the streets in 1930s

When they weren’t working, families found time to have fun, with neighbors, friends, relatives and each other. With little money to spend on entertainment, families enjoyed new board games such as “Monopoly” and “Scrabble” which were first sold during the 1930’s.

According to children, the played on the streets, something you can’t see often today. In 1930’s children didn’t had computers, phones or a lot of toys. They’ve spent their childhood playing games and hanging around with each other.

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