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<br /> Joe Brown Collection<br /> www.berliner-seilfabrik.com<br /> The invention of<br /> rope play equipment.<br /> Joseph Brown was born in 1909 as a son of Russian<br /> immigrants in Philadelphia, United States of Ameri-<br /> ca. At the age of 18 he was the recipient of a foot-<br /> ball scholarship from Temple University in Philadel-<br /> phia, where he studied physical education. Shortly<br /> before he was to graduate in 1928, he left univer-<br /> sity and became a professional boxer. Following<br /> an injury, Joe discovered he had a weakness for<br /> sculpture and devoted more and more time to the<br /> arts. In 1931, Joe Brown returned to Temple Univer-<br /> sity and completed his studies. After six years as a<br /> sculptor, Joe was employed at Princeton University<br /> to train boxers.<br /> Having recognized, that movement through sport<br /> and play is important for the development of<br /> young people, Joe Brown turned his attention to<br /><a title="2014_JBC_4-Seiter-BSF_EN_Zmags page 1" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/e8ddb4ee?page=1"> Joe Brown Collection www.berliner-seilfabrik.com</a> <a title="2014_JBC_4-Seiter-BSF_EN_Zmags page 2" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/e8ddb4ee?page=2"> The invention of rope play equipment. Joseph Bro</a> <a title="2014_JBC_4-Seiter-BSF_EN_Zmags page 3" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/e8ddb4ee?page=3"> The Globe (m) 4,4 x 4,4 </a> <a title="2014_JBC_4-Seiter-BSF_EN_Zmags page 4" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/e8ddb4ee?page=4"> coming soon... The Pyramid </a>