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The "Let's Play Ball!: Historic Games of America's Favorite Pastime" exhibit is on display through January 20, 2019, at the historic Field House Museum.
Let's Play Ball! Exhibit at Field House Museum
ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com) - The Field House Museum presents Let's Play Ball!: Historic Games of America's Favorite Pastime, on exhibit, through January 20, 2019.

From board games to bagatelle, Let's Play Ball!: Historic Games of America's Favorite Pastime shows how baseball has been played off the field for decades through the unique, vibrant, and artful collection of Mr. Ed Nickels. Come see games based on baseball greats like Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, pinball's predecessor, baseball cards from unlikely sources, and a few games made right here in St. Louis.

The Field House Museum, located at 634 S Broadway, is a dynamic museum and historic site focused on the Field Family. The historic house was once the home of Roswell Field, noted St. Louis attorney, and the birthplace of his son, Eugene Field, the "Children's Poet" who was known best for his poems, Wynken, Blynken, & Nod and The Gingham Dog & Calico Cat. While living in the home, Roswell Field became the key attorney in the Dred & Harriet Scott Freedom Suit when he formulated the legal strategy that propelled the case to federal court.

The house, located at 624 South Broadway, just east of Busch Stadium, is designated as a National Historic Landmark. It has an attached museum featuring the many collections of the Field House Museum along with traveling exhibits. Call 314-421-4689 for more information.

Panoramas of the City on Display at the Missouri History Museum Through December 2, 2018
ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com) - In the first half of the 20th century, St. Louis photographers used panoramic photography to capture moments from the city's history-everything from baseball games and Charles Lindbergh's homecoming to protests and disaster relief. The stunning, immersive images they created celebrate St. Louis's highs, acknowledge its lows, and document the day-to-day lives of its people.

Panoramas of the City uses more than 50 of these photographs to bring St. Louis's history to life. Through these images-several of which are blown up so large that you'll feel like you can walk right through them-you can experience St. Louis's past in a way you never have before. Discover new, all-but-forgotten stories about this city's rich and diverse history, and take in the unfamiliar images of familiar moments, pictures that provide new perspective on well-known stories from the past. Organized by the Missouri History Museum. Admission to the Missouri History Museum and this special exhibit is free.


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