Pendulum Baseball Clock
- Made in Massachusetts, U.S.A.
- 3D pop-out effect
- Original design by Paul Ocepek
- Quartz pendulum movement (made in U.S.A.)
- Approximately 7 3/5 X 10 1/2 X 1 inch
- 1/8-inch thick laser-cut Baltic birch plywood
- Printed with non-toxic water-based inks
- Pre-drilled hole for easy hanging
- Requires one AA battery (not included)
A home run for the little baseball player's dugout, bedroom, or playroom, this Baseball Pendulum Clock swings a pair of bats.
In the National Archives, you can discover all sorts of baseball-related records, including player-related civil suits pursued in federal courts; military service recreational activities; a surveyor's sketch and notes for a proposed new stadium in Washington, D.C.; equipment patent drawings; a restraint-of-trade action filed by one bubble gum company against another over issuance of player cards; and a World War I vintage picture of female ushers at a ball game.
There's also an equally charming and seldom-glimpsed image of Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, and Tris Speaker, three one-time luminaries of the game, in their baseball dotage, posing together in 1941 in connection with war bond and Army-Navy relief fund efforts as well as numerous photographs of amateur and professional players taken for foreign propaganda and cultural purposes.