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In 1925 Washington and Pittsburgh battled it out for seven games and Pittsburgh managed to redeem themselves from a 1-3 deficit to win the series. The program contains 64 pages and Features: Page 6 - shows pictures from the opening game April 22, 1925 of President Coolidge throwing out the first ball with Sec. Treas. Mellon and Mrs. Coolidge. Sec. of State Kellogg raising the flag (pictured). Page 7 - Clark Griffith raising Washington's First American League Pennant on May 1, 1925 (pictured). Page 8-9 - Pictures from the World Championship Flag raised on June 11, 1925. Page 10-11 - Pictures of "The Team" (pictured). Page 16 - Pictures of Walter Johnson receives diploma as the most valuable player in the league June 18, 1925. Page 32-33 the score card for both teams - score was actually kept that day (wrote in pencil). The binding of the program has deteriorated so the pages are loose, but all are present and have only minor age discoloration and a few tears along the edges. This program is the historic proof of one of baseball’s most exciting World Series ever played.
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