Maker: John Heap - ±1913
The The Strong National Museum of Play of Rochester, N.Y. gives the following explanation of this game:
"The Heap game was an important piece of evidence in a Monopoly copyright dispute that began in 1974 and spanned a decade.
John Heap was a civil engineer working for the Pennsylvania Railroad in Altoona. Museum guests can see that Heap’s board reflects his careful design and skills as an engineer and it represents his home town of Altoona, with still-existing streets marked in pen, and postcards showing local landmarks."
6th August 1935 - 5th August 2018
Thanks to Albert C. Veldhuis for a lot of the information on this page and the time it took to put all this information together.
Thank you for Albert's family for their permission to incorporate his old website into World of Monopoly so all his hard work was never lost.