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Discussion: looking for old stuff
|Feb. 18, 2010|
|looking for old stuff|
I'm trying to arrange a history of softball, including antique/ outdated equipment.Most senior players are familiar with the earlier equipment and rules, etc. I am seeking to build a hall of fame type "display" from the archives and basements and even personal accounts from the beggining days of our game. Perhaps a shrine of sorts to our heritage. I have a ball and glove from my dad that was used on board an aircraft carrier during WW II and a collection of bats and gloves that I personally used and would like to add to. Intent is to get the stuff verified and maybe find a permanent location (Hall Of Fame??) to display it. My e-m= firstname.lastname@example.org, ph# 413 436 5399, pob 432 West Warren, Ma.01092. Anything, even/especially memories are welcomed. Thanks!! Curt Snow: Baystate Bombers 60 Major.
|Feb. 19, 2010|
|if you want any pictures just let me know|
|Feb. 19, 2010|
|I was thinking Joe Lecak would be a fine exhibit in your antique section.|
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