|Object ID #||2011.085.001|
|Title||1966 Softball Championship Pennant|
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Made||Ontario Amateur Softball Association|
|Place of Origin||Ontario|
Red felt pennant. It reads 1966 CHAMPIONS in appliqued white felt lettering, and has a colourful OASA (Ontario Amateur Softball Association) crest made of satin and felt. It is machine-stitched. No maker's identification observed. There are four red felt bands on the left edge.
Manufactured for the Ontario Amateur Softball Association. Dates to 1966.
Belonged to Paul Pembroke. Shirley Pembroke told museum staff that her husband, Jim Pembroke, was born in Toronto. His mother was Eileen Pembroke (née Nichol). He moved to Meaford and Owen Sound, Grey County when he was three years old. He was very involved in Owen Sound sports in the 20th-century. His son, Paul, was born on July 7, 1953. He acquired this item.
Last owned by Shirley Pembroke of Owen Sound.
|Collection||Sporting & Recreational Equipment, 20th-c Collection|
|Dimensions||W-43 L-118 D-0.8 cm|
|Found||Owen Sound, Grey County|