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A substantial collection of manuscript material, photographs, and printed matter relating to the All-American Girls Baseball League, a women's professional league active in the American Midwest from 1943 to 1954. Included is a set of nine loose-leaf notebooks compiled by South Bend Blue Sox executive Harold T. Dailey, comprising a kind of documentary history of the league.
An accumulation of around 400 different pieces of published sheet music relating to baseball. The relationship may reside in the music's title or lyrics, in the sheet's cover graphics, or in some other identification with the game. Examples bear copyright dates ranging from 1860 to 1992. Baseball themed sheet music was especially common in the half-decade before World War I.
A collection of records, mostly financial, of the Birmingham (Alabama) Black Barons Negro Leagues professional baseball club. The most significant item in the collection is a manuscript cash book, showing the club's financial accounts with each of its players for the seasons 1926 through 1930.
Microfilm of various sporting newspapers made by Francis P. Clark: Sporting Life, Sporting News, Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports Pages, Baseball Players Chronicle, American Chronicle of Sports and Pastimes, Michigan Sportsman, New England Base Ballist, National Chronicle, New York Clipper, Official Baseball Record, and Weekly Baseball Guide; also Baseball Scrapbooks.
Correspondence, especially relating to "Jake Kline Day," 1953, his college baseball hall of fame selection, 1968, the 1970 NCAA tournament, and his 500th victory, 1972; newspaper clippings; certificates; and photographs.
A collection of materials on the Pete Rose gambling investigation of 1989, assembled by journalist Jim Newton of the Fort Hamilton (OH) Press. The collection consists primarily of photocopied documents and news clips. Included is a copy of the Dowd Report (Major League Baseball's investigation into Rose's activities) with its many attendant volumes of exhibits.
A small collection of manuscripts, photographs, printed matter, and realia belonging to Hall of Fame second baseman Johnny Evers (1881-1947). Much of the material relates to the exhibition games played in Europe in 1924 by the New York Giants and Chicago White Sox, a series in which Evers participated as White Sox manager.
Baseball board game with abacus-style scorekeeping system. Pieces missing.
Papers (1911-1974) including correspondence, telegrams, cards, letters of recommendation, ticket stubs, professional sports contracts, poems, and other documents; printed material (1914-1937) including his high school yearbooks, a college magazine, the Shreveport Social Directory, and news clippings; and photographs (1905-1958) including portraits of Bahan and of his sports teams, his classmates, and his family.
One game manufactured by Johnson Store Equipment Co. Baseball board game. Pieces missing.
This collection consists of Major League Baseball All-Star game programs. The programs typically contain photographs, statistics, and rosters of the players on the All-Star teams from the two leagues. Many programs also contain articles about the history of the All-Star game, stories about the current season, information about team owners or league officials, and advertisements. The programs tend to get longer and more substantial through the years. Formats include programs.
This collection consists of Major League Baseball annual team yearbooks published by American League clubs. Aimed at fans, yearbooks typically contained information and articles about players, managers, and coaches, as well as statistics and schedules. Most yearbooks also featured numerous photographs of players and personnel and other team-related images. Some yearbooks contained advertisements. Materials include annual team yearbooks.
This collection consists of Major League Baseball annual team yearbooks published by National League clubs. Aimed at fans, yearbooks typically contained information and articles about players, managers, and coaches, as well as statistics and schedules. Most yearbooks also featured numerous photographs of players and personnel and other team-related images. Some yearbooks contained advertisements. Materials include annual team yearbooks.
One game manufactured by Philadelphia Game Manufacturing Co. Players choose a baseball team and play by spinning the dial to move players around the bases throughout the innings.
Records of Notre Dame's Baseball Office, including videos -- chiefly VHS videos of baseball games between Notre Dame and other universities with recordings of some related television shows and two DVDs of a Notre Dame football game against Tennessee broadcast on NBC.
Official Knute Rockne Football Game and World Series Baseball Game in combination with Official Graham McNamee Radio Scoreboard for Football and Baseball
A four-page letter written on 15 April 1863 by Civil War private Ora W. Harvey of the 46th Massachusetts Infantry, mostly discussing camp recreations, especially baseball.