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Lacrosse helmet manufactured by the Stall and Dean Sporting Goods Company

Lacrosse helmet manufactured by the Stall and Dean Sporting Goods Company

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Description (Brief)
Blue plastic lacrosse helmet with bill and black plastic coated wire face mask. This is attached with cloth straps to the chin area of face mask. There is also a chin strap and a lace up back. This object was acquired from the Stall and Dean Company of Brockton, Massachusetts as an example of its catalog merchandise and was never used.
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.
Currently not on view
Object Name
helmet, lacrosse
Stall and Dean
Stall & Dean
Place Made
United States: Massachusetts, Brockton
Physical Description
plastic; metal (overall material)
overall: 34 cm x 33.4 cm x 34 cm; 13 3/8 in x 13 1/8 in x 13 3/8 in
ID Number
accession number
catalog number
Credit Line
Stall & Dean (through Henry N. Jackson)
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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