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Notes of a Footnote – 4 – Spaldeen City

Little Red in Spaldeen CityTopping the list of essential items of sporting equipment in use during my West Village childhood were the pale pink hollow rubber balls – about the size and feel of freshly shaven tennis balls – that were known to several generations of New York City kids as spaldeens.  Manufactured by the firm of A.G. Spalding &...