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Wooden Brist rakah (racket) with white net. The racket is a component of Brist, a game in which a racket is used to catch boomerangs. It was invented by Sam Bristow and manufactured by the Brist Manufacturing Company in Topeka, Kansas, from 1904 to 1924. In 1915, the company employed between 30 and 35 people. The game sets sold for between $3 and $15

Creator: Brist Manufacturing Company
Date: between 1902 and 1920

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Item Number: 314030
KSHS Identifier: 1949.28.1

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