(“Shuffleboard in Acacia Park” by Stewarts Commercial Photographers, ca. 1950s. Copyright Pikes Peak Library District, courtesy of Special Collections. Image Number: 013-1091.)

Woman playing shuffleboard in front of spectators in Acacia Park in downtown Colorado Springs. Sign reads “Welcome Play Shuffleboard Daily Weekly or Membership Playing Privileges. Register at the Office.”

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