Cover of catalogue

In Cornwall, Ontario, Frank Lally was the captain of the lacrosse team. He founded the Lally Lacrosse Company in 1884. The company manufactured high quality sticks and by the turn of the century were making over 7000 sticks a year.

Lacrosse Sticks - Lally Lacrosse Company
Art Room Canadian Trade Catalogue 796.3407 L12
cover and 2 pages

page showing Lally’s extra special lacrosse stick page displaying the youth and boy’s lacrosse sticks

card shaped like a lacrosse stick produced for the match between Toronto and Cornwall August 23, 1890 verso of card listing the players for each team

Toronto Lacrosse Club. Toronto/Cornwall August 23rd 1890.
Item from scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, photographs, programmes and broadsides relating to the Toronto Lacrosse Club, 1890-1891.
Baldwin Room - BR FO796. 347 S19

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