Baseball glove manufactured by the Stall and Dean Sporting Goods Company

Description (Brief):

Tan leather adult fielder's baseball glove with tan rawhide laces, brown plastic washers located at the heel of the glove. Branded in black in pocket of glove and back. A Stall & Dean patch is found on wrist and is stitched with red and blue thread with a white background. Some lettering in script. “Professional” SCOOPOCKET; The Fielders Choice; 8059 [/] Stall & Dean [/] BROCKTON, MASS.; MADE ESPECIALLY FOR [/] Stall & Dean [/] IN JAPAN; Since 1898 [/] Stall & Dean [/] BROCKTON, MASS.; RAWHIDE LACED; FLEXPAD; Stall & Dean [/] BROCKTON, MASS. This object was acquired from the Stall and Dean Company of Brockton, Massachusetts as an example of its catalog merchandise and was never used.

Description (Brief)

The Stall and Dean Sporting Goods Manufacturers Company was founded in 1898 and is one of the oldest sporting goods companies in the country. It first produced baseball, basketball and football uniforms along with football helmets. They soon expanded to uniforms and equipment for a variety of sports and was the first company to manufacture hockey uniforms and equipment.

Date Made: 1960s-1970s

Retailer: Stall and DeanMaker: Stall & Dean

Location: Currently not on view

Place Made: United States: Massachusetts, Brockton

Web Subject: SportsManufacturingName Of Sport: Baseball


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Credit Line: Stall & Dean (through Henry N. Jackson)

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: 1998.0324.21Accession Number: 1998.0324Catalog Number: 1998.0324.21

Object Name: gloveglove, baseball

Physical Description: leather (overall material)Measurements: overall: 13 cm x 19 cm x 26 cm; 5 1/8 in x 7 1/2 in x 10 1/4 in


Record Id: nmah_1345496

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