November 1954
Sports Illustrated;11/08/1954, Vol. 1 Issue 13, p33
Photographs of rare golf memorabilia collected by Jack Level of New York is presented including a classic pitcher made by the Doulton Company of England, a pewter cap of a German stein believed to have been confiscated Adolf Hitler during the metal shortage in World War II and the 16-inch high stein made by New York City's Collamore.


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