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    Circa 1940s-50s Pete Gray and the House of David Posters Lot of 2. The barnstorming religious commune known as the House of David toured the country and drew the attention of many baseball-loving fans due in large part to their strict policy forbidding shaving or haircuts. Here we present a pair of promotional posters touting an upcoming night game in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. Adding to the allure, the House of David also took on the one-armed former major leaguer Pete Gray amongst their ranks. Gray is pictured on each of these 13x21" posters, which remain in decent presentational form. Expected wear to the edges and a bit of paper loss to one of the examples do little to subtract from the allure of these classic pieces.

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    February, 2009
    22nd Sunday
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