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Joe Jackson Dies (1951)

Joe Jackson Dies (1951)

A dual photo released with the announcement of his passing, he is shown as he batted during a semi-pro game at Columbia, SC in 1932 and during a trip to Tampa in 1935. Original press clipping on the verso. NRMT. 7x10”.<br><p style="font-family:Arial; font-size:8pt; font-weight:normal; color:Black;"><strong>This lot is from the legendary San Francisco Examiner Archive (SFXArchive)</strong>.<br>This is one largest collections ever of historic vintage photos spanning the entire 20th century. The San Francisco Examiner was the first paper acquired by William Randolph Hearst and itself was the subject of the film classic Citizen Kane. The majority of the photographs are fully identified, and back-stamped with dates. Included throughout this auction is a diverse mix of subjects including sports, historical, political, transportation, Hollywood, and all facets of entertainment.</p>

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