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Super Bowl: 1944

Super Bowl: 1944

March 1944. "Thomas Gilmartin bowling at the Lighthouse, an institution for the blind at 111 East 59th Street in New York. Rail on his left is a guide to the starting line." View full size. Medium-format safety negative by Richard Boyer.

 

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Although the building has been modernized much since 1944, Lighthouse is still located at 111 East 59th to this day.

Bowling

Judging by that scoreboard behind him, they could give some of the sighted a run for the money ... no strikes, but plenty of spares.

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