Fine Baseball, Horse Racing, & Boxing Collection from NY Vaudevillian
Fine collection all hails from one NY based vaudevillian fanatic and includes: 1) Billy Sunday signed photo (trimmed). 2) Tad signed cabinet photograph with cartoon. Famous sports cartoonist who coined the name "hot dog." Corner repaired with crease through description. 3) Partial 1904 NY Giants vs. Boston program with just cover and 4-page scorecard. 4) Cover only of 1912 World Series program at NY with other various pieces. 5) 1910 benefit baseball game program for widow of actor Jack Haverly. 6) Harry Frazee presents "No No Nanette" program for play that they fictionally sold Babe Ruth for. 7) Nov 28, 1926, Argentina Jockey Club Program & Ticket. 8) Authentic 1821 boxing cartoon by the legendary G. Cruickshank titled "Cribb's Parlor Tom Introducing Jerry and Logic to the Champion of England." Hand-colored, exceptional, and 8.5x6". 9) Two Benny Leonard Type 1 photographs with cartoonist Harry Hershfield. 10) 1929 horse racing program held aboard the RMS Majestic with all jockeys being women! 11) 1915 Battling Nelson vaudeville program. 12) 1939 Centennial of baseball calendar (scarce salesman sample, folded). 13) 1932 Weber & Field Golden Anniversary program signed on cover in pencil by six: Dempsey, George M. Cohan, Lew Fields, Ike Rose, Charles Noonan, and Samuel "Roxy" Rothafel. This was an important event that even FDR attended.
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