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Sports history hits home at museum ; The opening of Sports Legends at Camden Yards, an extension of the Babe Ruth museum, draws the Bambino's daughter and Preakness paradegoers to Baltimore's latest cultural site.
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The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Author: Stiehm, Jamie
Date: May 15, 2005
Start Page: 1.B
Section: LOCAL
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Fifteen years in the making, the attraction is an extension of the [Babe Ruth] Birthplace and Museum on Emory Street, near the neighborhood where Ruth spent his youth in an orphanage. Yesterday's opening ceremony brought Ruth's daughter back to Baltimore.

Photo(s); 1. Jane Sollogub, wife of museum designer Peter Sollogub, views a giant image of Babe Ruth at the grand opening of Sports Legends at Camden Yards, an extension of the Babe Ruth Museum and Birthplace in Baltimore. 2. An giant octopus balloon is hauled down Eutaw Street in front of the Hippodrome Theatre during the annual Westside Preakness Parade. 3. Edmondson-Westside High School trombone player Scott Jones plays in the Westside Preakness Parade. 4. (APPEARED IN THE FIRST EDITON ONLY) Armonni Anderson sits and cheers with her cousin, Troy Hunt. The West Baltimore children were enjoying a fine day for parading.; Credit: DOUG KAPUSTIN : SUN STAFF PHOTOS

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