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    I thought most of the posters to this forum wiould find the following interesting and even might want to contribute something to their exhibition. It is indeed something to look forward to. A top museum quality exhibition is certainly better than a walk through a baseball memorabilia show or even searching for the right stuff on the internet.

    *** This is from Susan Johnson of the Museum of the City of New York:

    In the Spring of 2007, the Museum of the City of New York will present a landmark exhibition The Glory Days: New York Baseball, 1947 – 1957. It tells the story of 11 remarkable seasons, when New York City dominated major league baseball with three teams, nine World Series victories, and seven all-New York Series. Throughout the decade, baseball fever gripped New York, helping to shape journalism, popular culture, and the spirit of the city itself as never before or since.
    We invite you to help the Museum plan this exciting exhibition by telling us your stories and lending us your photographs, objects, and memorabilia.
    Please contact Susan Johnson by e-mail at [email protected] or by mail at the Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10029 (email preferred). Please do not mail or deliver any material without contact the Museum for permission. We look forward to hearing from you!

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    Originally posted by strummer
    I thought most of the posters to this forum wiould find the following interesting and even might want to contribute something to their exhibition. It is indeed something to look forward to. A top museum quality exhibition is certainly better than a walk through a baseball memorabilia show or even searching for the right stuff on the internet.

    *** This is from Susan Johnson of the Museum of the City of New York:

    In the Spring of 2007, the Museum of the City of New York will present a landmark exhibition The Glory Days: New York Baseball, 1947 – 1957. It tells the story of 11 remarkable seasons, when New York City dominated major league baseball with three teams, nine World Series victories, and seven all-New York Series. Throughout the decade, baseball fever gripped New York, helping to shape journalism, popular culture, and the spirit of the city itself as never before or since.
    We invite you to help the Museum plan this exciting exhibition by telling us your stories and lending us your photographs, objects, and memorabilia.
    Please contact Susan Johnson by e-mail at [email protected] or by mail at the Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10029 (email preferred). Please do not mail or deliver any material without contact the Museum for permission. We look forward to hearing from you!
    At last someone is doing something to preserve the memories. The Brooklyn boro president doesn't want anything to do with the Brooklyn Dodgers, at least someone in new York does.

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      Originally posted by chiefpaddy
      At last someone is doing something to preserve the memories. The Brooklyn boro president doesn't want anything to do with the Brooklyn Dodgers, at least someone in new York does.
      But, you can be sure that Hiz Honor will be there pontificating about what a great BROOKLYN DODGER he was in 1954. That's his favorite year; he never fails to mention it (go figure). Then, almost on cue, he slips right into "selling" the Nets!

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