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July 29, 1974 | Sarah Pileggi
In the aftermath of the first U.S. open, it would be apt to say the sport is making a comeback, but perhaps more truthful to say it is booming
September 24, 1973 | Robert H. Boyle
July 02, 1973
The man who first tied something to the end of a string just to watch it fly may have been a Chinese farmer, and what he probably flew was his own straw hat. In the 2,000 years since, kings and generals, thieves and...
July 02, 1973 | Sarah Pileggi
Washington, D.C. this particular season seemed as suitable a venue for a kite festival as Gomorrah for a tea dance, but man and kites and balmy days being what they are, the Smithsonian Institution's seventh annual...
September 13, 1965 | Robert Cantwell
Each week the Antiquarian Bookman, house organ of rare-book dealers, lists around 15,000 out-of-print, hard-to-locate (and generally expensive) books. There are a good many unexpected sporting books among them....