Of Simpler Times. 1959.

This ribbon from the 1959 U.S. Figure Skating Championships is from the estate of Bill Hickox, who, with his pair skating partner and sister, Laurie, and the entire U.S. figure skating team—and 71 others—perished on February 15, 1961, when Sabena Airlines Flight #548 crashed in Brussels, Belgium, en route to the 1961 World Figure Skating Championships scheduled for Prague, Czechoslovakia.

A Kodak Moment. 1983.

Like its predecessor events in 1981 and 1982, the pin issued for 1983 Skate America features the original event pictogram first introduced in 1981—pairs skaters gliding on an outside edge—but reinterpreted for this event in gold on a diagonal red, white, and blue enamel background.

To the Up-and-Comers. 1959.

This ribbon from the 1959 U.S. Figure Skating Championships is from the estate of Bill Hickox, who, with his pair skating partner and sister, Laurie, and the entire U.S. figure skating team—and 71 others—perished on February 15, 1961, when Sabena Airlines Flight #548 crashed in Brussels, Belgium, en route to the 1961 World Figure Skating Championships scheduled for Prague, Czechoslovakia.