Dates used: 1956 - 63
Inside of helmet:  Foam padding, which is missing
Manufacturer:  ????  
Logo:  real sticker
Thoughts:  I'm going to guess that this may be one of the older helmets that I own.  The strange thing about this helmet is that it doesn't have any air holes in it like all of my other helmets.  This is a tough find helmet.
 
Dates used:  1956 -63
Inside of helmet:  Foam padding, which is missing
Manufacturer:  Bobbie Enterprises
Logo:  real sticker
Thoughts:  The "Go-Go" Sox and Minnie Minoso.  
 
Dates used:  1964 - 68
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Products Corp.
Logo:  real sticker
Thoughts:  I finally find a helmet without the extra writing like the one below.  I think that the White Sox only wore these helmets during the 1970 season, but I might be wrong.  A fabulous helmet!
 
Dates used:  Never
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Products Corp.
Logo:  real sticker
Thoughts:  Wow!  This is another incredible find.  This helmet was possibly a promotional giveaway for the "White Sox Knothole Gang" kids club.  What a great helmet!  
 
Dates used:  Never
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Industries
Logo:  real sticker
Thoughts:  Another tough find for helmets, although this one does show up from time to time.


 
 
Dates used:  Never
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Industries
Logo:  real sticker
Thoughts:  
This is just another variation of the above helmet.  You can't see it in this photo, but the letters actually have a red trim around them besides obviously being much smaller. 
 
Dates used:  Never
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  No manufacturer name
listed
Logo:  real sticker
Thoughts:  This is another of those duck billed helmets that I talk about.  I'm sure that it was also put out by the U.S. Cap Co.  It is quite different when you compare it to the two that are above.
 
 
Dates used:  1971 - 75
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  Do I see Richie "Dick" Allen standing there in this helmet?  This helmet is also hard to find, but it may have been a recent promotional giveaway in the 1990s.
 
Dates used:  1976 - 81
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.,  A Subsidiary of Laich
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  You might have seen some of the boys wearing this helmet while they were also wearing Bermuda shorts during the 1976 season thanks to Bill Veeck.
 
Dates used:  1982 - 86
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp., A Subsidiary of Laich
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  Two words, Harold Baines.
 
Dates used:  1982 - 86
Inside of helmet:  Grey Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Fotoball
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  An awful Retro Helmet put out by Fotoball in 2003.  Did a blind man design this?  Geesh!
 
Dates used:  1987 - 90
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.,  A Subsidiary of Laich
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  Carlton Fisk ended up finishing his career with the White Sox
and wore this helmet.
 
Dates used:  1990
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.,
A Subsidiary of Laich
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  This helmet was a promotional giveaway, but I can say that this is the only one I have seen.  I recently learned that this design was from the first uniform throwback game ever in MLB, was at Comisky, and was used during the game.
 

Dates used:  1991 - Present
Inside of helmet:  Adjustrap
Manufacturer:  Sports Product Corp.,
A Subsidiary of Laich
Logo:  screen printed
Thoughts:  The "Big Hurt" Frank
Thomas comes to mind here, or should I say Frank Thomas, "Big" and "Hurt?"