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<br /> Joe Brown Collection<br /> <br /> Joe Brown<br /> Inventor of Rope<br /> Play Equipment<br /> He also created the first designs for today’s very popular high rope gar-<br /> dens. Until long into the 1960s, he attempted but failed to find a licensee,<br /> so instead he implemented individual special projects. Ultimately, Joe<br /> Brown became an instructor in art and taught sculpture until his retire-<br /> ment in 1977. Joseph Brown passed away in 1985 in Philadelphia.<br /> Joseph Brown was born in 1909 as the son of Russian immigrants in Phila-<br /> delphia, Pennsylvania. At the age of 18 he was the recipient of a football<br /> scholarship from Temple University in Philadelphia, where he studied<br /> physical education. Shortly before he was to graduate in 1928, he left the<br /> university and became a professional boxer. Following an injury, Joe dis-<br /> covered he had a weakness for sculpture and devoted more and more time<br /> to the arts. In 1931, <a title="2017_Berliner_JBC_US page 1" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/504841a2?page=1"> Joe Brown Collection </a> <a title="2017_Berliner_JBC_US page 2" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/504841a2?page=2"> Joe Brown Inventor of Rope Play Equipment He als</a> <a title="2017_Berliner_JBC_US page 3" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/504841a2?page=3"> The Globe (m) 4,4 x 4,4 </a> <a title="2017_Berliner_JBC_US page 4" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/504841a2?page=4"> The Cube M (m) 4,2 x 3,7</a> <a title="2017_Berliner_JBC_US page 5" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/504841a2?page=5"> The Cube L (m) 5,1 x 4,4</a> <a title="2017_Berliner_JBC_US page 6" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/504841a2?page=6"> Berliner Seilfabrik Play Equipment Corporation 96</a>