If you haven’t had a chance yet to check out Brooklyn Historical Society’s (BHS) exhibition memorializing the history of Ebbets field and the Brooklyn Dodgers, well, you still have a couple months to do so.
But don’t let that make you think you can afford to miss it.
The Brooklyn Dodgers may be a part of history but they are still a part of Brooklyn, as is so powerfully conveyed through BHS’s exhibit.
“The exhibit features the history of the team and its fans by digging into BHS’s rich Dodgers collection.” Items on display in the exhibit include “baseball cards, photographs of the field, ticket stubs, uniforms, seats from Ebbets Field, autographed baseballs, scorebooks from the 19th century, team photos and the famous Dodger Banner from their 1955 World Series win.”
The exhibit will be open for another couple of months, through April of 2011, but these things have a way of slipping past and so you should make a point of making a visit sooner rather than later.
We want to make sure you don’t forget, after all.
The Brooklyn Historical Society is located at 128 Pierrepont Street, at Clinton Street. Visit the website here, for more information or call them directly at 718-222-4111