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ROLLING INTO A NEW CENTURY
A fitting gift for a hundred-year-old bowler. Learn more about this item.
A STAND-UP BAG THAT STANDS OUT
While nothing states that a bowling bag needs to be flashy, some bowlers definitely wanted their bags to stand out the moment they left the house. This leather bag with engravings and a monogram also ...
CASE TO MATCH THE LUGGAGE
A bowling bag that matched one’s luggage was quite a luxury for the traveling bowler. Frank A. Stallman was a Columbus, Ohio, luggage manufacturer and was particularly well known for his dresser trunk ...
MARY WAGNER’S CENTENNIAL
Bowler Mary Wagner was still going strong as she entered her second century of life. The great-great-grandmother from Newport, Kentucky, continued to bowl regularly, making her the nation’s oldest com ...
WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS
The Showboat Hotel, Casino & Lanes had a lot to offer. It first opened in Las Vegas, Nevada, in 1954, and a bowling center opened in 1959, proving a huge draw for amateur bowlers and professionals ali ...
EXPRESS YOURSELF WITH BAGS
Bowling bags didn’t need to be name brand in order to be flashy. Intricate leather bags no doubt came at a steep price for the bowler, but the personalization was sure to be worth it. Figures of a sta ...
LOCK UP YOUR BAG
Harry Zahn wanted to keep his bowling ball secure. The Buffalo, New York, bowler kept a padlock on his bowling bag, ensuring the treasured ball within remained safe. A sign of a serious bowler, to be ...
Bowling bags aren’t just for tenpin balls. The outdoor game of bocce requires participants to bring all equipment with them to and from the “court,” which can be any flat ground anywhere. A leather sa ...
SCHROEDER FOR AMF
AMF was one of the most respected names in bowling, so it made sense that this unidentified bowler with the last name Schroeder would have felt proud to carry the name on a bowling bag, whether sponso ...
JUNIE THE CHAMP
James “Junie” McMahon was an early star of American bowling. He dominated at his first tournament in 1937, when he began a streak of rolling 1,800 or an astounding six perfect games in a row. This bag ...