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June 30, 2003
"The Perfect Game: America Looks at Baseball," a collection of about 100 works describing the length and depth of the nation's love for the sport, has opened at the American Folk Art Museum in New York City. Clockwise from top left: Brooklyn Dodgers Sym-Phony Band Drum (1950); early trading cards (1888); a wood-carved women's softball game (1945); a watercolor of a game in New Jersey (1870); a wood sculpture of Hank Aaron (1974); an oil painting of a boy with a ball and bat (1844); nine ink-decorated baseballs (1960-92); an oil painting of a night game at Yankee Stadium (1981).
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June 30, 2003

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"The Perfect Game: America Looks at Baseball," a collection of about 100 works describing the length and depth of the nation's love for the sport, has opened at the American Folk Art Museum in New York City. Clockwise from top left: Brooklyn Dodgers Sym-Phony Band Drum (1950); early trading cards (1888); a wood-carved women's softball game (1945); a watercolor of a game in New Jersey (1870); a wood sculpture of Hank Aaron (1974); an oil painting of a boy with a ball and bat (1844); nine ink-decorated baseballs (1960-92); an oil painting of a night game at Yankee Stadium (1981).

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