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Football helmet

Football helmet
Creator: Schutt Sports
Date: between 1995 and 2001
Black plastic football helmet with orange facemask used by players at Waverly High School in Waverly, Kansas. The bulldog is the Waverly High School mascot. The school played 11-man football until it transitioned to 8-man in 2002. This helmet was worn with both game and practice uniforms and was reconditioned by Circle Group in 2001 and approved by NOCSAE (National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment). The team won the 8-man Division II state championship in 2005 and the 8-man Division I state championship in 2006.

Football helmet

Football helmet
Creator: Schmelzer's Sporting Goods
Date: between 1920 and 1928
Brown leather and wool football helmet made by the Schmelzer Company, a sporting and athletic goods retail and wholesale firm located in Kansas City, Kansas. The helmet's user is not known.

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