• Flooring from the home court of the Milan 1954 Championship Team. The gym was torn down in 1976, and there are a limited number of pieces left. Each piece is unique and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by members of the 1954 team. Types:
    • 3" flooring
    • 3" engraved
    • 10" flooring
  • Milan, Indiana Water Tower Bobblehead is now in stock and ready to ship! 🏀🏀🏀
    Milan was the smallest school ever to win a single-class state basketball title in Indiana. This exclusive bobble featuring the Milan, Indiana Water Tower, celebrates Milan High School's remarkable 1954 Boy's Basketball State Championship. It also features a replica of the 1954 State Championship Trophy.
  • Our first Children's book, Nice Guys Can Finish First: Life Lessons from the 1954 Milan State Championship Basketball Team, offers basketball tips for youth and revisits the history of the 1954 Milan Indians State Championship team. Each of the living members of the team participated in this project which was sponsored by the Milan '54 Board of Directors. With illustrations featuring team and coaches, the book includes inspirational quotes and a glossary of basketball terms for beginning players.
  • Our popular iconic water tower bobblehead has been enhanced by adding a commemorative gold plaque to the base of the water tower.
  • Our commemorative shirts have a specially designed 70th Anniversary Logo on the front pocket area and a photo of the '54 Team on the back. Color: Beige
  • The Logo featured on these buttons was specially designed for our 70th Anniversary. The buttons are 2.5" in diameter and have a pin back fastener.
  • Our iconic water tower is again featured on this pin. It was designed especially for our celebration on March 23, 2024. There is no date or mention of the 70th anniversary, so there is a possibility it may be offered on an ongoing basis. Height: 1.5"
  • This item was introduced to our store during the preparation period for our 70th anniversary. It features the traditional museum logo design in black on clear, smooth glass. It has a heavy base. There is no date or mention of the 70th anniversary, so there is a possibility it may be offered on an ongoing basis. Perfect for your collection!
  • Hinkle Fieldhouse has been one of the most important basketball arenas in America. Find out how this magnificent field house, with the largest seating capacity (15,000) of any arena in the country, got built in Indianapolis in 1928.
  • Milan 54 Ornament in the shape of Indiana
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