1935 Babe Ruth Federal Income Tax Return - His Final Year As A Player
For year he moved to the Boston Braves and had his swan song, for which he was only paid $7, 445.56. But, he was paid $12, 911.91 for various barnstorming and exhibition games. This included the 1934 tour of Japan where he created a love of the game that continues to this day. This was the height of his Quaker Oats radio program and premiums, and he was paid $18,750. He, of course, deducted the baseballs and photographs he signed. Beautiful document, is oversized (9.5x 16"). Minor separating at fold. Otherwise excellent. Unsigned copy written in the hand of right-hand man Joe Bihler.From the estate of Joe Bihler, the right hand man of Babe Ruth's agent Christy Walsh and in turn Ruth himself.
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