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    Ebbets Field Brick Piece Display. One of the hallowed institutions that comprises the rich history of American baseball, Ebbets Field came to represent an intimate part of the evolving Brooklyn, New York community. The building's most-prominent occupants were the Dodgers, whose loyal fans called the hard-luck team Dem Bums, enjoyed many great years there. Jackie Robinson played his ball as a Brooklyn Dodger, as did such greats as Pee Wee Reese, Duke Snider, Roy Campanella, and many more. The attractive display that we offer here places a piece of the brick used in the wall of the historic edifice against a representation of the stadium by artist Bill Levers, who has signed the print. Limited-edition numbered "806/1957".

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    November, 2008
    2nd Sunday
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