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33c Basketball single

Scott Catalogue USA 3399
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Medium:
paper; ink ( ) / lithographed; adhesive
Dimensions:
Height x Width: 1 9/16 x 1 3/16 in. (4 x 3 cm)
Type:
Postage Stamps
Place:
United States of America
Date:
May 27, 2000
Description:
33-cent
Issued May 27, 2000
Multicolored
Topic:
Family & Children
Sports
Women's Heritage
Credit line:
Copyright United States Postal Service. All rights reserved.
Object number:
2000.2013.195
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National Postal Museum Collection
Data Source:
National Postal Museum

(Untitled) (Perspective Study Of Baseball Players)

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Artist:
Thomas Eakins, American, b. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1844–1916
Medium:
Pencil on paper
Dimensions:
13 15/16 X 17 1/16 IN. (35.3 X 43.3 CM.)
Type:
Drawing
Date:
(c. 1875)
Provenance:
Jh Purchased From Knoedler & Co., Inc., M., New York 1961
Credit Line:
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, Gift of Joseph H. Hirshhorn, 1966
Accession Number:
66.1546
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Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Collection
Data Source:
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Tennis Racket and Cover

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User:
Evert, Chris
Thru institution:
Sports Illustrated
Maker:
Wilson Sporting Goods Company
Physical Description:
wood (overall material)
plastic (overall material)
leather (overall material)
nylon (overall material)
Measurements:
overall: 27 1/4 in x 9 1/4 in x 1 1/2 in; 69.215 cm x 23.495 cm x 3.81 cm
Object Name:
racket and cover
tennis racquet
tennis racket and cover
tennis racket
racket, tennis
Date made:
ca 1978
Description:
This broken-stringed Wilson racket once belonged to Chris Evert (b. 1954), one of the top female tennis players in the 1970s and 1980s. Evert's determined attitude, her steady baseline playing style, and her powerful two-hand backhand made her an extremely successful competitor. She won more than 100 titles and was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1995.
Location:
Currently not on view
Subject:
Professional
Sports
Tennis
Women
ID Number:
1979.0617.01
Accession number:
1979.0617
Catalog number:
1979.0617.01
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Culture and the Arts: Sport and Leisure
Data Source:
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center

Football, used in Super Bowl XIV

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User:
Pittsburgh Steelers
Maker:
Wilson Sporting Goods Company
Physical Description:
leather (overall material)
Measurements:
overall: 12 in x 10 in; 30.48 cm x 25.4 cm
Object Name:
football
ball
ball, football
Object Type:
football
Place made:
United States: Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh
Date made:
1979
Description (Brief):
This ball was used in Super Bowl XIV, held at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, on January 20, 1980. In the game, the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Los Angeles Rams 31-19. It was the Steelers' fourth Super Bowl win and the second straight year that Terry Bradshaw took home the Most Valuable Player trophy.
The Wilson Sporting Goods Company introduced the Wilson Duke football during the early 1940s. Wilson has provided the official ball for the National Football League's Super Bowl since Super Bowl II in 1968.
Location:
Currently not on view
Subject:
Highlights from the Culture and the Arts Collection
Football
Professional
Family & Social Life
Popular Entertainment
Sports & Leisure
Artifact Walls exhibit
Sports & Leisure
Credit Line:
From the Pittsburgh Steelers Football Team through Daniel M. Rooney, President
ID Number:
1980.0131.05
Accession number:
1980.0131
Catalog number:
1980.0131.05
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Culture and the Arts: Sport and Leisure
Artifact Walls exhibit
Highlights from the Culture and the Arts Collection
Data Source:
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center

Corvette ZR-1 racing sports car, 1990

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Maker:
Morrison Motorsports, Inc.
Measurements:
overall: 4 7/16 ft x 5 15/16 ft x 14 13/16 ft; 1.346 m x 1.8032 m x 4.5211 m
Object Name:
automobile, racing
Place made:
United States: Georgia, Albany
Date made:
1990
Description:
Few private owners, and only extremely wealthy ones, campaigned cars in the top sports car races in Europe. As a result of the European influences toward more specialized engineering for the best sports cars, the "prototype" racing classes emerged in the US for the fastest, most powerful US and European-built sports cars - none of which were street legal by any stretch.
In this context, professional sports car racing became more popular by the 1970s. Later, organizations such as the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) organized professional races for prototype sports cars and high-powered "GT" sports coupes.
The Corvette ZR-1 No. 92 was built specially by Tommy Morrison Motorsports in 1990 for racing in the IMSA "GTO" class. General Motors provided backing and technical services; the major financial sponsors were Mobil Oil and EDS. The car is one of several built "from the ground up" as race cars. The tubular space frame resembles that of a modern NASCAR racer; the body follows the Corvette ZR-1's lines exactly but was designed to fit the custom-built frame. The modified Chevrolet V-8 engine was developed by the Mercruiser Corp. The all-independent suspension is that of a production ZR-1 Corvette, with special springing and shock absorbers for racing.
No. 92 placed 4th in class in the 1991 Daytona 24-hour endurance race, on Daytona's "road course" that uses multiple corners on the big track's infield combined with part of the high banking used by NASCAR racers. The 92 also placed 6th in class in the 1991 Sebring 12-hour endurance race, held at the historic sports car track in Sebring, FL, that still uses a portion of a World War II-era concrete airfield in its circuitous course. Even finishing these endurance races is an accomplishment, and 4th and 6th places, out of the large fields of competing cars, are regarded as highly successful.
Another of Morrison's ZR-1's set the world speed record for a 24-hour run, averaging some 174 mph.
Sports-car racing was a post-World War II phenomenon in the US. While racing by stock cars, sprint cars, and dragsters attracted fans of generally middle-class and more modest means, sports-car racing attracted young car-owners and fans primarily of wealthier means. This relationship stemmed from the pronounced cachet that went with European automotive engineering from the late 1930s through the 1960s.
Ex-servicemen who had been based in England began bringing British sports cars to American soil in 1948. Auto dealerships selling such makes as MG, Triumph, and Jaguar - and Porsche from Germany and Alfa-Romeo from Italy - opened in the US for the first time. These cars were typical of European engineering for two-door performance cars: light, agile, many with small or medium-sized engines compared to general US custom, and right at home on curving, twisting roads where a driver could test his or her cornering skill. Many sports cars were relatively small (by American passenger-car standards) two-door convertibles, and a few were low-slung, two-door coupes. Organized racing for sports cars sprang up immediately. Since no oval track could bring out the qualities of sports-car agility, local organizers often marked out multi-cornered courses with rubber cones and hay bales on the abundant pavements of abandoned military airfields. Organized races through city streets were sometimes approved by local officials.
Soon enough, paved race tracks—with hilly, twisting layouts emulating courses in continental Europe for "Formula" and sports cars—began appearing in the US. And variations on sports-car racing also quickly took root: endurance races (of two, six, 12, and 24 hours), together with numerous classes (so that less-powerful MGs and Triumphs, for example, could race in different classes than, say, Jaguars, Ferraris, or Maserattis). And "autocrossing" was organized locally in towns all over the US—wherein one car at a time competed for the shortest elapsed time over short, twisting courses often marked off temporarily on large, open macadam parking lots.
Before long, America got its first sports car: the Chevrolet Corvette, introduced tentatively in 1953. By the late 1950s, a re-engineered Corvette took its place as a competitive sports car, both in the showrooms and on sport-car race tracks.
The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) organized sports car races in the US and also licensed amateur drivers, after an on-track skills test with a well-experienced driver. Regional championships were competed-for in many classes, including hand-built sports cars intended only for the track. Through about 1960, a top amateur competitor could file an entry and drive his production sports car to a sports car race, tape-up the headlights (to keep broken glass from flying too far in an incident), remove a few excess parts such as mufflers and bumpers, paint-on an assigned race number to the car temporarily, and go racing. By the early 1960s, such a cavalier approach became passé, and serious sports-car racers prepared their cars as fully as stock-car and sprint-car owners. The SCCA responded to the change by loosening the design rules for its "production" classes to include a variety of engine and other performance modifications - although the car still had to be "street legal," meaning it still had to comply, off the track, with passenger vehicle licensing requirements for use on public roads. The SCCA "modified" classes became more so, including exotic cars intended only for the most serious racing.
Europeans, meanwhile, developed sports car racing after World War II to a level of sophistication in cars and organization of races almost equal to that of Formula 1 "Grand Prix" racing. And in both types of racing, factory teams were by far the majority of participants.
Location:
Currently not on view
Subject:
Transportation
Sports & Leisure
Engineering
Road Transportation
Credit Line:
Gift of Morrison Motorsports, Inc.
ID Number:
1997.0120.01
Accession number:
1997.0120
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Work and Industry: Transportation, Road
Road Transportation
Data Source:
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center

The Guardian IMY2KC Baseball Cap

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Maker:
Guardian Life Insurance Company of America
Physical Description:
cloth (overall material)
suede (overall material)
metal (overall material)
plastic (overall material)
Measurements:
overall: 12 cm x 19 cm x 23 cm; 4 3/4 in x 7 1/2 in x 9 1/16 in
Object Name:
baseball cap
Date made:
1999
Description:
In the early days of electronic computers, memory was not as efficient or inexpensive as it is today. To save memory space, programs stored as few digits as possible for dates. In COBOL, for instance, January 1, 1999, was stored as 010199. As Year 2000, or Y2K for short, approached, it became apparent that there might be serious problems because many large-scale systems were based on older programs. Simply, the problem with storing only two digits for the year is that a year written as “00” might be read by a computer as the year 1900 instead of the year 2000. If left unfixed, computer hardware, software, and communications worldwide could have malfunctioned. The impact of the “Millennium Bug” might have been catastrophic because the use of computers and networks has become integral to our lives: banking, communications, transportation, medicine, and even cooking is rarely done without some kind of computerized assistance.
To fix this potential problem, governments and businesses began operations in the 1990s to make sure all necessary computer systems had been checked or converted to new systems to minimize loss of services. The Guardian Life Insurance Company is an example of a large business that needed to fix their systems. The company's Y2K Project Team analyzed over 20 million lines of code and over 17 thousand computer programs and verified that all of their systems were in compliance and ready to go by December 31, 1999. To approach their goals, the Y2K Project Team distributed these baseball caps to internal departments as their systems were confirmed Y2K-compliant. This worked to foster healthy internal competition and cooperation at Guardian and helped the team complete its task. The embroidered letters on the front of each cap read “IMY2KC,” which stands for “I am Y2K Complaint.” The embroidered letters on the back of the cap read “RU,” which stands for “Are you?”
Location:
Currently not on view
Subject:
Computers & Business Machines
Y2K
Advertising
ID Number:
2004.3020.01
Accession number:
2004.3020
Catalog number:
2004.3020.01
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Medicine and Science: Computers
Data Source:
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center
Additional Online Media:

[Batter; from a contact sheet of Negro League baseball team N.Y. Cubans photos. Photoprint.]

view [Batter; from a contact sheet of Negro League baseball team N.Y. Cubans photos. Photoprint.] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Subject:
New York Cubans (baseball team)
Cubans (New York baseball team)
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on paper
1 item
Culture:
African Americans Washington (D.C.)
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1930
1940
1930-1940
Summary:
Box 1.1.A21 Folder 13.
Topic:
Baseball
Negro leagues
African American baseball players
African Americans
Local number:
AC0618.001.0000002.tif (AC scan no.)
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Black-and-white photoprints (Series 1), Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

[Baseball player; from a contact sheet of New York Cubans. Black-and-white photoprint.]

view [Baseball player; from a contact sheet of New York Cubans. Black-and-white photoprint.] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Subject:
New York Cubans (baseball team)
Cubans (New York baseball team)
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on paper
1 item
Culture:
African Americans 1930-1940
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1930
1940
1930-1940
Notes:
Box 1.1.A21, Folder 13.
Topic:
Baseball
Negro leagues
African American baseball players
African Americans
Local number:
AC0618.001.0000004.tif (AC Scan)
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Black-and-white photoprints (Series 1), Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

[Baseball player; from contact sheet of the Philadelphia Stars. Photoprint.]

view [Baseball player; from contact sheet of the Philadelphia Stars. Photoprint.] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Subject:
Philadelphia Stars (baseball team)
Stars (Philadelphia baseball team)
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on paper
1 item
Culture:
African Americans 1930-1940
African Americans Washington (D.C.)
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1930
1940
1930-1940
Summary:
In Box 1.1.A21 Folder 13.
Topic:
Baseball
Negro leagues
African American baseball players
African Americans
Local number:
AC0618.001.0000005.tif (AC Scan No.)
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Black-and-white photoprints (Series 1), Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

[Baseball team players; from a contact sheet of Negro League baseball team N.Y. Cubans images. Photoprint.]

view [Baseball team players; from a contact sheet of Negro League baseball team N.Y. Cubans images. Photoprint.] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Subject:
Cubans (New York baseball team)
New York Cubans (baseball team)
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on paper
1 item
Culture:
African Americans 1930-1940
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1930
1940
1930-1940
Summary:
In Box 1.1.A21, Folder 13. Group includes Johnie Coinan (far right), Sam Hill (far left), and Willie Washington (seated).
Topic:
Baseball
African American baseball players
Negro leagues
African Americans
Local number:
AC0618.001.0000003.tif (AC scan no.)
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Black-and-white photoprints (Series 1), Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

[Baseball player, from contact sheet of Negro League baseball team Philadelphia Stars. Photoprint.]

view [Baseball player, from contact sheet of Negro League baseball team Philadelphia Stars. Photoprint.] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Subject:
Philadelphia Stars (Negro Leagues baseball team)
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on paper, 8" x 10"
1 item
Culture:
African Americans Washington (D.C.)
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1930
1940
1930-1940
Summary:
In Box 1.1.A21, Folder 13.
Topic:
Negro leagues
Baseball
African Americans
Local number:
AC0618.001.0000006.tif (AC scan no.)
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Black-and-white photoprints (Series 1), Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

[Negro League baseball player Buck Leonard, first baseman of the Homestead Grays, catching ball. Photoprint.]

view [Negro League baseball player Buck Leonard, first baseman of the Homestead Grays, catching ball. Photoprint.] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Subject:
Leonard, Buck
Homestead Grays (Negro League baseball team)
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on paper, 8" x 10"
1 item
Culture:
African Americans Washington (D.C.)
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1930
1940
1930-1940
Summary:
In Box 1.1.A21, Folder 13.
Topic:
Baseball
Negro leagues
African Americans
Local number:
AC0618.001.0000007.tif (AC Scan)
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Black-and-white photoprints (Series 1), Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

[Negro League baseball players Luke Easter of the Homestead Grays and Josh Gibson. Photoprint.]

view [Negro League baseball players Luke Easter of the Homestead Grays and Josh Gibson. Photoprint.] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Subject:
Gibson, Josh
Easter, Luke
Homestead Grays (Negro League baseball team)
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on paper, 8" x 10"
1 item
Culture:
African Americans Washington (D.C.)
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1930
1940
1930-1940
Summary:
In Box 1.1.A21, Folder 13.
Topic:
Negro leagues
Baseball
African Americans
Local number:
AC0618.001.0000008.tif (AC Scan)
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Black-and-white photoprints (Series 1), Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

[Newark Negro League baseball team, Griffith Stadium, mid-1930s. Photoprint.]

view [Newark Negro League baseball team, Griffith Stadium, mid-1930s. Photoprint.] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Subject:
Griffith Stadium (Washington, D.C.)
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on paper
1 item
Culture:
African Americans Washington (D.C.)
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1930
1940
mid-1930s
1930-1940
Summary:
In Box 1.1.A21, Folder 13.
Topic:
Negro leagues
Baseball
African Americans
Local number:
AC0618.001.0000009.tif (AC Scan)
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Black-and-white photoprints (Series 1), Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

[Negro League baseball player Jerry Benjiman, outfielder for the Homestead Grays. Photoprint.]

view [Negro League baseball player Jerry Benjiman, outfielder for the Homestead Grays. Photoprint.] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Subject:
Homestead Grays (Negro League baseball team)
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on paper, 8" x 10"
1 item
Culture:
African Americans Washington (D.C.)
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1930
1940
1930-1940
Summary:
In Box 1.1.A21, Folder 13.
Topic:
Negro leagues
Baseball
African Americans
Local number:
AC0618.001.00000010.tif (AC Scan)
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Black-and-white photoprints (Series 1), Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

[Negro Leagues team (Grays) player preparing to throw. Black-and-white photoprint.]

view [Negro Leagues team (Grays) player preparing to throw. Black-and-white photoprint.] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Subject:
Homestead Grays (Negro League baseball team)
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on paper, 8" x 10"
1 item
Culture:
African Americans Washington (D.C.)
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1930
1940
Topic:
Negro leagues
Baseball
African Americans
Local number:
AC0618.001.0000010.tif (AC Scan)
See more items in:
Black-and-white photoprints (Series 1), Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

H[oward] U[niversity] Basketball Team 1937-38 [cellulose acetate photonegative]

view H[oward] U[niversity] Basketball Team 1937-38 [cellulose acetate photonegative] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Subject:
Howard University Basketball
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on cellulose acetate film sheet, 4" x 5"
1 item
Culture:
African Americans Washington (D.C.)
Type:
Photographs
Copy negatives
Place:
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1938
1930-1940
Summary:
Later copy negative of mounted photograph of basketball team in uniform, with basketball hoop on wall behind. Three men in suits stand with them. No ink on negative. No edge imprint.
Cite as:
Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Topic:
African American basketball players
African American universities and colleges
African Americans
Local number:
Box 618.04.91
AC0618.004.0000867.tif (scan number)
No Scurlock number
See more items in:
Black-and-white film negatives (Series 4), Scurlock Studio Records 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

H St. Paul N & I School Basketball Team, [1941 : cellulose acetate photonegative]

view H St. Paul N & I School Basketball Team, [1941 : cellulose acetate photonegative] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Film manufacturer:
Eastman Kodak Company
Subject:
Marshall Mr
Armstrong Mr
Cave Mr
Whitehead Mr
Price Mr
Couch Mr
Goode Mr
Fowler Mr
Robinson Mr
Myrick Mr
Tyree Mr
Smith, Chester A
Stone Mr
St. Paul Normal and Industrial School (Lawrenceville, Va.)
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on cellulose acetate film sheet, 10.5" x 10"
1 item
Culture:
African Americans Virginia
Type:
Photographs
Retouching
Place:
Virginia
Lawrenceville (Va.)
Date:
1941
1940-1950
Summary:
Posed group of basketball team in uniform. "St. Paul Basketball Team Front Row: Marshall, Armstrong, Cave, Middle Row: Whitehead (Manager), Price, Couch, Goode, Fowler, Robinson, Myrick (Statistician). Back Row: Tyree, Chester A. Smith (Coach), Stone." written on section of film attached to bottom with tape. Further ink on negative: "14 unm. 1 framed" and "Scurlock Photo". "EASTMAN - SAFETY - KODAK 133" edge imprint. Pencil retouching.
Cite as:
Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Topic:
African American basketball players
African American schools
Portraits, Group
Pencil
Local number:
Box 618.04.93
AC0618.004.0000984.tif (scan number)
No Scurlock number
See more items in:
Black-and-white film negatives (Series 4), Scurlock Studio Records 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

The Best on Earth. / The Best on Mars. [Black-and-white advertisement]

view The Best on Earth. / The Best on Mars. [Black-and-white advertisement] digital asset number 1
Advertiser:
Nike, Inc
Subject:
Jordan, Michael
Lee, Spike
Physical description:
Ink on paper
1 item, 11" x 17"
Culture:
African Americans
Type:
Photographs
Advertisements
Date:
1980
1990
[ca. 1980-1990.]
1980-1990
Notes:
In Box 27, Folder: Print Ads.
Summary:
Reproductions of two photographs of Michael Jordan and Spike Lee, each with a basketball, advertising Air Jordan shoes. Photographer unidentified.
Cite as:
Nike Advertising Oral History Documentation Project, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Topic:
Shoes
Athletic shoes
African American men
Local number:
03044801.tif (AC Scan)
See more items in:
Nike Advertising Oral History & Documentation Project
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

Bruins Basketball Team [cellulose acetate photonegative]

view Bruins Basketball Team [cellulose acetate photonegative] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Film manufacturer:
Eastman Kodak Company
Subject:
Bruins (basketball team)
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on cellulose acetate film sheet
1 item, 7" x 5"
Culture:
African Americans Washington (D.C.)
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1930
1960
1930-1960
Summary:
Moustacioed player on basketball court holding basketball, with spectators in stands. No ink on negative. Ink (text) on enclosure. "Eastman Safety Kodak " edge imprint.
Cite as:
Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Topic:
African American athletes
Basketball
African Americans
Local number:
Box 618.04.117
AC0618.004.0001932.tif (AC Scan)
No Scurlock number
See more items in:
Black-and-white film negatives (Series 4), Scurlock Studio Records 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

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