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These amazing pieces show the St. Mary’s school from the 12th and final full year Babe Ruth attended just prior to signing his first professional baseball contract. Interesting that there is an advertisement for the school’s printing services (and any other “Good Work”) where it used/misused the free child labor of the boys going to school there. This sounds like more like something more apropos for a prison film like “The Shawshank Redemption” rather than “Field of Dreams.” These four are among only a handful known to exist. They measure 9” x 11” and conditions are as shown. Includes scenes: “Juniors At Play New Campus,” “Printing Office Composing Room,” “Junior Band on Parade,” and Junior’s Building.” All of the 1913 calendar potions are unused. There are some chips and a few pieces missing on some of the edge
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