Page from Walter Hagen Honey Center Golf Balls Pamphlet
Pages 2 and 3 from the Walter Hagen Honey Center Golf Balls Pamphlet. Black and yellow drawings of the tomb of king tut and a vessel of honey, and a man working in an apiary. Text explains benefits of this product for "unemployed bees" and under the heading of "Why Honey for a Golf Ball Center," begins the history of the idea and problems with using other materials for golf ball centers.
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