Bowl-O-Rama: The Visual Arts of Bowling
From the bowling shirt to architecture and signage, this historical and visual survey of the art and artifacts of bowling culture features gilded trophies, humorous postcards, matchbook covers, jewelry, furniture, and clothing
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