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Lacrosse History

by laura
(chicago)


I found a glass tray/plate that have a few logos on them that I'm wondering if it has something to do with Lacrosse.

The tray is definitely from at least the 1970's.

See attachment and additional pictures here:
http://i242.photobucket.com/albums/ff26/lilyofthefoxvalley/ebay/IMG_3938.jpg
http://i242.photobucket.com/albums/ff26/lilyofthefoxvalley/ebay/IMG_3945.jpg
http://i242.photobucket.com/albums/ff26/lilyofthefoxvalley/ebay/IMG_3946.jpg

Any info will be most helpful.


Thanks for your time!
Laura

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ANSWER Wow what a fun question! A mystery, I love mysteries. I did some research, and I have to say, I honestly have no clue. The NLL (National Lacrosse League) has only been around in its current form since the mid 80's and wasn't know as the NLL until 2000.

It is possible that it is an older Canadian Club or organization, but honestly I have no clue. I thought it might be related to the National Latvian Library and the Republic of Latvia but the flags are not right for that.

Maybe someone else has your answer. If anyone knows what this plate represents and especially if it is lacrosse related i would love to hear from you.

Good luck Laura and thanks for your question. Make sure you update us if you figure it out.

Thanks

Jamey

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