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Old 09-27-2010, 06:36 PM
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Phil- let me also add there's an image of Harry Wright from 1859. If you have Spalding's book America's National Game, he is pictured on the foldout plate of the Knickerbockers and Excelsiors. He is clean shaven and looks very young.
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I agree, Matt. That is my plan, over the next week, I will add the actual items that originate from the years mentioned, at least a brief description of each.
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Phil,

The Sol White photo came from REA in 2008. The 1923 Jud Wilson came from REA 2004. So did the circa 1920's Joe Williams photo (along with a 1925 Charleston photo). My circa 1920's Judy Johnson photo came from a 2001 Hunt auction which had several lots of photos from the Johnson estate. I got the 1927 Willie Foster photo from Lelands in 2005. Hope this helps.

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Also, Nolan Ryan should be 1967, as he is mentioned on the 1967 TOPPS 42 METS TEAM
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Is pictured in the 1962 pirates yearbook I don't know if that counts or not.
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Is pictured in the 1962 pirates yearbook I don't know if that counts or not.
I think pages from magazines, programs and yearbooks count. Beckett slabs them.
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1873 Jim O'Rourke
Don't know if this counts, but it's O'Rourke's earliest baseball photo. He was 20 years old and his team was the 1871 Stratford Osceolas.
O'Rourke is standing on the right.
This "albumen photo" was auctioned by Lelands several years ago.

The caption under the photo is:
"Osceola Base Ball Club of Stratford. Champions of Connecticut, 1871."
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Phil,

Outstanding contribution to the hobby!!

Two minor emends:
1. Cap Anson. Earliest known image is a team shot with the c. 1868 Marshalltown, Iowa team.
2. Candy Cummings. There is a mammoth plate composite of the 1873 Baltimore team, consisting of individual Cdv's of the team members, including Candy Cummings.
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Ring Lardner's date of 1925 is not correct (perhaps it's a typo of 1915). He wrote a baseball book on the world tour in 1914; there may be a photo of him in there.



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Good stuff, Phil!!!
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