- Made in the U.S.A.
- 500 pieces
- 24 X 18 inches
- Ages 8 and up
Proudly made in the U.S.A., this ballpark puzzle is perfect for baseball enthusiasts of all ages. The cheery scene of a neighborhood game taking place is from the June 29th, 1946 cover of The New Yorker. To reduce its impact on the environment, this 500 piece puzzle is made from recycled chipboard and printed with soy inks.
The National Archives holds a variety of baseball-associated 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.