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I think pages from magazines, programs and yearbooks count. Beckett slabs them.
Beckett slabbed that grilled cheese sandwich with the likeness of Lajoie; apparently it dated back to 1887 when he was a fifth grader who didn't always finish his lunch.
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Just to clarify since several people have asked, I am including original press/wire photos in my listing but no magazine, program, or yearbook pages as the Reach/Spalding BB Guides alone from the early 1900's would make up almost a complete list by themselves.
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Beckett slabbed that grilled cheese sandwich with the likeness of Lajoie; apparently it dated back to 1887 when he was a fifth grader who didn't always finish his lunch.
Jeff that was hilarious!

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what is the 1902 Joss item?
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Jeff:

My mistake, Joss should read 1903 - E107, W600. I will correct it over the next couple of days when I update the entire list.

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1948 Photo of Nellie Fox in Lincoln (See the Gooch's Mill in the background - that still exists today just a mile down the road from where I'm at right now)



I also have another shot of Nellie from the same year, but am not allowed to post it on the internets because I don't own the rights and was asked not to post it anywhere.
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Very cool, Dan. That one will be added to the list shortly.
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I have just updated my listing to include the names of each collectibles issue. It would take a tremendous amount of work to also include each HOF'ers first professional baseball season so I am not going to do that at this time. If anyone would like to work on that project and feed me the info, I would be happy to add that information to my listing at any time. Any further recommendations are always welcome.
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Just to clarify since several people have asked, I am including original press/wire photos in my listing but no magazine, program, or yearbook pages as the Reach/Spalding BB Guides alone from the early 1900's would make up almost a complete list by themselves.
This is a great list. It would be nice if you also included a column that contained the earliest known "card" of the player, and therefore excluded press/wire photos, magazine, program, and yearbook pages also. Regardless, really appreciate this tremendous work that you've done.
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Gary:

The "cards" only listing is already in the OldCardboard website database at www.oldcardboard.com

Just click on the "Reference Data" tab and then "Rookie Card Database"

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