Sports Museum of Los Angeles
Date: 11/23/2008 Album ID: 641851
Photos by David Crane
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The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of its kind in the United States.
SPORTS MUSEUM--A movie poster from Idol of the Crowds, a John Wayne hockey move, at the Los Angeles Sports Museum.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--1911 Turkey Red baseball cards at the Los Angeles Sports Museum.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--A display featuring the evolution of football helmets.  The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--The Brooklyn Dodgers world championship ring on display.  The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--An Ebbets Field display.  The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--A vintage Tom Lasorda baseball card on display.  The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--Vintage baseball jerseys on display at the Los Angeles Sports Museum.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--Standing in front of a replica of Yankee Stadium, Gary Cypres talks about his new Los Angeles Sports Museum.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--Yankees memorabilia at the Los Angeles Sports Museum.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--Hall of Fame baseballs at the Los Angeles Sports Museum.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--Yankee Stadium at the Los Angeles Sports Museum.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--Movie posters, most featuring a sports theme, on display at the Los Angeles Sports Museum.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--The Bruce Smith Heisman trophy on display at the Los Angeles Sports Museum.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--Workers put finishing touches on the Los Angeles Sports Museum before it opens to the public.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--Vintage bicycles and posters on display at the Los Angeles Sports Museum.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--Early baseball gloves on display at the Los Angeles Sports Museum.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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SPORTS MUSEUM--Gary Cypres pulls out his Honus Wagner trading card in the baseball card section at the Los Angeles Sports Museum.   The new Los Angeles Sports Museum at 1900 S. Main Street in Los Angeles contains Gary Cypres' private sports memorabilia collection, considered to be the largest of it's kind in the United States.     Photo by David Crane/Staff Photographer
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