Into the Record Books. 1958.

When the 1958 U.S. Figure Skating Championships were held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in late March of that year, weather history shows that the temperatures were in the 30°F to 35°F range. Although that’s likely nowhere near a record temperature of any kind for Minneapolis, the 1958 Championships still entered the record books as the first national championship to be commemorated with a collectible lapel pin. And a handsome and well-made figure skating pin it is.