Jennings & Company was a leading manufacturer of slot machines in the United States and also produced other coin-operated machines, including pinball machines, from 1906 to the 1980s. It was founded by Ode D. Jennings as the Industry Novelty Company, Incorporated of Chicago. When the founder died in 1953, the company was succeeded by Jennings & Company. Fruit machines, or three-wheel machines, first appeared in the United States in 1905. An immediate success, they later came to symbolize gangsterism and corruption, and were the focus of restrictive legislation ever. Three wheelers were rarely seen in Britain until the Betting and Gaming Act of 1960 legalized public gambling.
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