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Ugly Coyote

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Hugh Rich collected a few business cards over the years. In addition to owning his shop he also attended many tournaments as a participant and a sponsor. Sometimes both. He also was a manufacturers representative for several companies and would load up his Dodge van with merchandise samples and visit archery and sporting goods stores up and down the West Coast. All good opportunities to collect business cards.

Maybe some of you will recognize the shops that are no longer here.

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Cool!  I especially like Bruno Puddo of Neptune Ave., Brooklyn, NY.  I was born and raised in Brooklyn though east of there.  Frank
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Great to see the many companies displayed Ira.    Cool collection.[thumb]


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Howard Hill Wesley Special 70#
Howard Hill Big 5  65#
Jerry Hill Stalker Deluxe  60#
Jerry Hill Wildcat ll 50#


 

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Nice collection there.
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Ira:
Boy some of those brought back memories. Did anyone catch the mistake on the "Shawnee Sport Center Inc." card, It lists the owners as Dick Garver & Betty Garver.  Dick's wife's name was Mazel, Betty was her sister and Ted Ekins wife.

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Yep, lots of  memories.
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Amazing collection
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HHA - Big Five, 93@28"; Schulz American Longbow - Trophy Hunter, 83@28"; HHA - Big Five, 80@28"; Chastain - Wapiti T/D, 77@28"; Bighorn Longbow, 75@28"; Northern Mist Classic, 75@28"; Zebra - Grevy, 74@28"; HHA - Jaguar, 70@28"; HHA - Wesley Special, 70@28"; Kramer - Autumn, 70@28"; Great Plains - Rio Bravo T/D,70@28"; Kramer - Autumn, 74@30";  Kramer - Big Five, 65@28"; Ben Pearson - Hunter, 65@28"; Herter's - Perfection Mag T/D, 64@28"; Bear - Super Kodiak, 60@28"; New Wood - Legacy, 58@28"; Bear - Grizzly, 55@28"

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There's a few there that answered questions for me. The Poinsettia Archery in Encinitas was a new one for me. Little things like that can be a big help thanks Ira!

By the way - why the red arrow?

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