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    Pacific Trail Sportswear
    Creation Date: 1975
    Catalog ID: 2001.111.3
    Call Number: EPH-A/796.93/P119p/1975
    35 p.; color ill.
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    Creation Date: 1976-1999
    Catalog ID: 2000.46.148
    Pair of white terry cloth wrist bands. Triangle shaped emblem sewn on each band, with white background, blue and silver-colored edges, and image of Seahawks helmet.
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    Syllabus on Archery
    Creation Date: 1955-1965?
    Catalog ID: 2000.176.551
    Manual for archery. Made of white paper with black print, 13 pages. On cover is black/white photographic image of woman wearing blouse, short skirt and suspencers. She is aiming arrow in position on bow. Silhouettes of two women in foreground.
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    Ski catalog, 1941
    Creation Date: 1941
    Catalog ID: 1999.122.80
    Call Number: EPH/796.93/J1w/1941
    24 p.; ill.; 27 cm.
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    [arrow set with case]
    Creation Date: ca. 1930-1939
    Catalog ID: 1941.21.2
    Arrow (set) with case containing 12 arrows most likely used for target archery, as well as leather finger covers, spare bowstrings, and other archery equipment. Used by Will H. Thompson in 1941.
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    [track shoe]
    Creation Date: 1970-1979
    Catalog ID: 2010.51.5
    Pair of sport track shoes (a, b) with box (c) and two bags of cleats with applicators (d) manufactured by NIKE and worn by Jane Robinson, 1970-1979. Vainqueur style, size 4, made in United States. Shoes made of red and red orange cloth and leather with white leather around heel and with white leather swoosh on sides. With white shoe laces. Front sole covered with white plastic with some added cleats. Remainder of sole is black textured plastic. box with removeable lid made of cardboard. Exterior covered with orange paper decorated with a white maple leaf design on lid and Nike swoosh on box. One bag contains a cleat applicator. The second bag contains the applicator and several loose cleats.
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    [Baseballs in Ernst Hardware store window, advertising a giveaway, Seattle]
    Creation Date: Apr. 18, 1924
    Catalog ID: 2015.15.2.17
    Call Number: 2015.15.2.17
    Black and white close photographic image of a Ernst Hardware storefront window in Seattle, King County, WA, advertising free Wilson baseballs, taken Apr. 18, 1924. A pile of baseballs on a vertical display is in the center of the window, with poster with text: Boys! 1200 Wilson Base-balls Free, Saturday Morning 9 AM. Baseball mitts, bats, and a catcher's vest are also displayed, with prices. Pedrose Collection
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    [bow for archery]
    Creation Date: 1880-1884
    Catalog ID: 2002.0.404
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    [emergency kit]
    Creation Date: 1940-1950
    Catalog ID: 2000.168.16
    Emergency kit consisting of olive green oil cloth type bag with snap closure, and containing items (some added). Edged with tan colored seam tape. Retrangular bag has fold over flap. Contents include: three small rolls of toilet paper, white candle, Silva type 5 compass, rectangular signal mirror, tube of glacier cream with REI price sticker of $.83, black plastic comb, olive green plastic container with removable lid containing fireproof matches, two fuel tablet bricks, and pair of snow goggles in paper envelope. printed on front of case: Property of U.S. Government/O.C.D.
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    Creation Date: 1943
    Catalog ID: 1998.39.57
    According to paper wrapper that comes with goggles: "Type III, goggles, M-1943, complete with polarized laminated cellulose acetate lenses, green tint color added, to be used for protection against dust, wind, excessive light and glare." Goggles -A, wrapper - B.