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Page from Walter Hagen Honey Center Golf Balls Pamphlet



Page from Walter Hagen Honey Center Golf Balls Pamphlet
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Title: Page from Walter Hagen Honey Center Golf Balls Pamphlet
Description: 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.

Image ID: 103618
Creator
Name:
L. A. Young Golf Company
Collection
Name:
Dadant, Charles, 1817-1902 : Papers, 1861-1937
Genre: Book or Pamphlet
Additional
Information:
Pages 2 and 3 of a 8 page pamphlet.
Subjects: Advertising
Ephemera
Literature
Golf
Bee culture
Men
Bees
Implements, utensils, etc.
Graves
 

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