(Baseball History) Die-Cut dinner menu for high school baseball teams. Ashland, OH. [1921-1922]

A vintage die-cut menu in the shape of a baseball for the Junior and Senior baseball team of Ashland, Ohio. A very clever 3-page printed menu with names of players. Featuring "Food for Fans" and a "Score Card" tied together with a purple silk ribbon. Lightly stained, rubbed, else generally Good. This is a nostalgic piece hearkening back to the earlier days of American community baseball. Collectible.