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New proposed acquisition

  1. 1.   To expand the electronic games collection To complement with existing collection
  2. 2. eBay, Inc. Bleacher, Report Inc.
  3. 3.    A video game cartridge Made by Magnavox (1978) for Odyssey 2 console Created by Ralph H. Baer › Father of Video Game  $5.99 on eBay, used eBay, Inc. Bleacher Report, Inc.
  4. 4.  Baseball is a national pastime. Bringing the ball game from the field to the television screen was sensational in 1978
  5. 5.   Baseball is a national pastime. Bringing the ball game from the field to the television screen was sensational in 1978 Baseball! was one of the first baseball video games introduced to the public
  6. 6.    Baseball is a national pastime. Bringing the ball game from the field to the television screen was sensational in 1978 Baseball! was one of the first baseball video games introduced to the public Study the size, sound, resolutions, and graphics of the first baseball game cartridge and compare to modern ones
  7. 7.     Baseball is a national pastime. Bringing the ball game from the field to the television screen was sensational in 1978 Baseball! was one of the first baseball video games introduced to the public Study the size, sound, resolutions, and graphics of the first baseball game cartridge and compare to modern ones There is a Magnavox Odyssey 2 console in our collection
  8. 8.  Popularity of Electronic Games in the 1970s
  9. 9.  Popularity of Electronic Games in the 1970s › Arcade Games vs Video Games › Competitors › Genres › Game cartridges › Photographs › Advertisements
  10. 10.  Popularity of Electronic Games in the 1970s › Arcade Games vs Video Games › Competitors › Genres › Game cartridges › Photographs › Advertisements  Borrow some drawings of early electronic games designs from other museums
  11. 11.  Baseball in Children’s Toys
  12. 12.  Baseball in Children’s Toys › Autographed baseballs & bats › Baseball cards › Baseball electronic games
  13. 13.  Baseball in Children’s Toys › Autographed baseballs & bats › Baseball cards › Baseball electronic games › Baseball Barbie! Amazon.com, Inc.
  14. 14.  Purchase extra consoles and cartridges for visitors to play with
  15. 15.  Influence of electronic games to the social behavior and development of children
  16. 16.  The Video Game Explosion: A History From Pong to PlayStation and Beyond, ed. Mark J.P. Wolf, (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2008.)

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