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OLD FRENCH PINS
Bowling as we know it has roots that stretch back centuries to mainland Europe. Learn more about this item.
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RUDIMENTARY FRENCH PINS
Sometimes making bowling pins was an artistic act, requiring several steps and an elaborate exterior polish at the end. Other times, the exercise was purely utilitarian — getting pins onto the lane so ...
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FRENCH PRESS
The world developed an appetite for all things bowling in the years after World War II, and the French were no exception. The French had long enjoyed different forms of bowling, but American-style nin ...
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BONJOUR PARIS
The middle of the twentieth century was not just the peak of bowling’s popularity in the United States, but also a time of rapid international expansion of the sport. Just as bowling alleys stateside ...
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