A TRIBUTE TO KURT
GALLERY
Classic Amusements  :   Flipper Games  :   Night Music  :   Rainy Day Wallbox  :   Score When Lit  :  
Strikes and Spares  :  
Target Practice  :   Ten Frames  :  
Wurlitzer In The Corner  :  
MEDIA + PRESS
CONTACT
LINKS
At the Fair
Classic Amusements
Classic Diners
Counter Service
Diner Clocks
Diners
Dusky Glow Neon
Fill'er Up
Main Street
Ten Frames
24" x 18"
Duck Pins, Ten Pins, Candle and Rubber Band Pins... bowling. All have enjoyed their times as popular American past times. The 1940's found bowling spreading along the east coast. Television embraced bowling in the 1950's with shows like "Bowling For Dollars". A game played by the young and the old, league play was a weekly event for many Americans. The classic look of the bowling shirt and the bowling shoe will forever be seen in bowling alleys across America.