The Museum is open to the public
1413 Fairfield Ave Shreveport, LA 71101
Andy Shaw, the United States Fencing Association's Official Historian, has been collecting, storing, framing, archiving, reproducing, and cataloging the largest private collection on display in the country. While the Museum has received many gracious donations of fencing equipment and uniforms, Andy has been operating this collection at his own expense for many years. The walls of the Fairfield Avenue School of Fencing display many hundreds of these items for all to enjoy.
Fencing Memorabilia Fair
June 29 – Room 210C – San Jose Convention Center
The USFA will be holding a Fencing Memorabilia Fair for one hour before and after the Hall of Fame reception where people can bring fencing posters, tickets, patches, badges, programs, pins, postage stamps, medals, photos, coins, statues, toys, trophies, postcards, etc. to buy, sell, trade, or just admire.
This will give the fencing community an opportunity to acquire fencing related items to decorate homes or fencing clubs, to give as gifts to fencers or coaches, or to use to make interesting awards for fencing competitions. Items can also be donated to the Museum of American Fencing for a tax write-off.
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Museum of American Fencing, with Andy Shaw
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Joe Levis wins 1954 National Championship in foil (his 8th title after 17 years of retirement.)
Congratulating Levis are: Larry Dargie (Boston University Coach), Edo Marion (Harvard University Coach),
Silvio Vitali (M.I.T. Coach) and Guido Pomodoro (New England Division Chairman)
"You’re doing such fantastic work. It’s inspiring. Please keep it up."
Temple University Coach, 2-time US foil champion, Olympian, member of US Fencing Hall of Fame
"The site is a beauty!"
Your Museum's website has been for me an amazing surprise . Not only by the way it is organized that permits us to imagine the richess of the museum patrimony, but also for the donations that have been made to it by families of disappeared fencers, or by old (not so much old) excellent fencers, like some friends of me like Carl Borack , Allan Jay, George Kolombatovich... that offered pieces that were certainly precious for them. And, I underline that too, by the young generation of American fencers, world and olympic champions, as a contribution for the promotion of the old sport that they have chosen. You have made a superlative fencing museum and an enormous contribution for our ancient swords sport. Thank you !
Former president of Portuguese Fencing Federation, member of FIE's commission, organiser of some great competitions like 2002 world championships...
"Your website is excellent - a real labour of love for American fencing."
Malcolm Fare, official historian for the A.F.A. ( British Fencing Association )
"You did a great job with this website. For me, it's like reliving history. Creating a fencing museum is a great idea. Congratulations!"
Steve Sobel, 2-time President of the USFA.
"What you have done is truly amazing. I sincerely thank you for sharing your great knowledge of our sport so unselfishly."
George Kolombatovich, Columbia University Fencing Coach and International Fencing Official
(318) 227-7575 :: 1413 Fairfield Ave Shreveport, LA 71101 :: Andy@MuseumofAmericanFencing.com