19 June 2009

Ladies bowling at the turn of the century

Displaying an elegance not in evidence at today's bowling establishments. The balls of that era had only two holes, and the pins were set by hand (by little boys with various numbers of teeth missing from encounters with flying pins).

From the Flickr photostream of the George Eastman House. More to come later.

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