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Experimental Pulleys used by Holless Wilbur Allen while Inventing the Compound Archery Bow

Experimental Pulleys used by Holless Wilbur Allen while Inventing the Compound Archery Bow

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Object Name
pulleys, experimental
Date made
1966
maker
Allen, Holless W.
place made
United States: Missouri
Associated Place
United States: Missouri
Physical Description
wood (pulleys material)
metal (wire material)
ID Number
1987.0700.03
catalog number
1987.0700.03
accession number
1987.0700
Credit Line
Douglas F. and Elizabeth M. Allen
subject
Sports
Archery
recreational
Invention
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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