Contains 7 Results:
Preservation Copy Notebook 1: "Football - 1904 - Chronologically Arranged / Harvard - Daily Program / - Accts. of Practises and Games / - R. B. Chart and Yale Plays of Harvard-Yale Game / - Letters +c", 1904 March - 1904 November
Notebook, 8 x 10 3/4 inches, 134 leaves, with newspaper clippings and typed and handwritten manuscript material r. The notebook covers the 1904 Harvard University varsity football season, mostly through newspaper stories and handwritten notes on practices. There is also manuscript material relating to the Harvard-Yale game of 19 November.
Preservation Copy Notebook 2: "Football - / Harvard - 1905 - Chronologically / Newspaper Accts of / - Mainly Practises, Games, +c / RBs chart and plays of Penn and Yale games", 1905 February - 1905 November
Notebook, 8 x 10 3/4 inches, 112 leaves, with newspaper clippings and typed and handwritten manuscript material r. The notebook treats the 1905 Harvard University varsity football season, with an emphasis on the Pennsylvania game of 11 November and the Yale game of 25 November. The notebook includes newspaper features and game stories, as well as much manuscript material (game diagrams, play-by-play accounts, play diagrams and descriptions, and the like) on the Penn and Yale games
Preservation Copy Notebook 3: Scouting notebook Harvard University football team, 1905 April - November 1905
Notebook, 8 x 10 3/4 inches, 50 leaves, with newspaper clippings and typed and handwritten manuscript material r. A scouting notebook on Harvard varsity football opponents for 1905, with manuscript material on the Pennsylvania-Carlisle (28 October), Columbia-Yale (4 November), and Yale-Princeton (11 November) games.
Notebook, 8.5 x 11 inches, 25 leaves, with handwritten manuscript material r. A scouting notebook for Harvard varsity football, 1911, mostly on Yale plays and players
Notebook, 8.5 x 11 inches, 69 leaves, with typed and handwritten manuscript material r. or v. A scouting notebook on Harvard varsity football opponents for 1914, mostly in the form of reports submitted to Brown or head coach Percy Haughton. Most of the material is on Michigan, Penn State, Tufts, Washington and Jefferson, and Yale
Notebook, 8.5 x 11 inches, 131 leaves, with typed and handwritten manuscript material r. or v. Documents relate exclusively to the 1928 Boston University varsity football team, of which Reggie Brown was head coach. The notebook was evidently compiled by Brown as a kind of working manual for the 1928 season. Most of the material is of an administrative, rather than a tactical, nature; much of it deals with player personnel.
Notebook, 8.5 x 11 inches,, 13 leaves, with typescripts r. Contains two articles written by Brown for the Boston Evening Transcript, and a list of officiating errors for the Brown-Colgate game of 26 November 1925