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Love that Cobb!

Great collection Chris.

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Great Cobb and here is another Cobb. Lucked out as I didnt know this type 1 image was used on anything.
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I don't know who this kid is, but I know the feeling. One of my favorite photos I have and it ain't worry much. I'm glad baseball is back and I don't have to practice piano anymore.
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I don't particularly collect photos, but occasionally find photos related to the areas I collect.

- 1934 US Tour of Japan Connie Mack Auto - Over the years I've acquired signed photos from the 1931 and 1934 teams. Never had the biggest names (Ruth, Gehrig, Foxx, Berg etc) but most of the others including HOFs. Here is the Mack

- 1947 NY Cubans photo - It's in rough shape but features the Negro League Champion NY Cubans. I think that Orestes Minnie Minoso who is featured has a good chance at the HOF. Luis Tiant Sr was also on the team and is probably worthy of serious consideration.

- 1946 Tampico Alijadores Team Photo - Most significant is HOF Raymond Brown in the back row

- Alejandro Oms passport - Has a nice autograph along with the photo
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Picked this up from Hank Thomas recently, from the Johnson estate. I don't have a card of Johnson, but I could afford this. Circa 1924. Great pic.

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Here are a few of my Brooklyn Dodgers type 1 photos.
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Yogi Berra Type 1 Photo
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First off, love those photos, Jay!

I did some research (read the notation on the back and searched google. ha!) only to discover this is American Bob Seagren, 1968 Olympic pole vault champion. Whodda thunk it?

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Here's a small array of Cincinnati Reds Photos, circa 1956. Super-crisp Type 1 images by William Jacobellis, and the basis for their respective 1956 Topps cards.

Joe Nuxhall - Al Silvera - Smoky Burgess - Gus Bell - Johnny Temple
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Here's a small array of Cincinnati Reds Photos, circa 1956. Super-crisp Type 1 images by William Jacobellis, and the basis for their respective 1956 Topps cards.

Joe Nuxhall - Al Silvera - Smoky Burgess - Gus Bell - Johnny Temple
Love these. They look great with the cards!
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Here's a couple of THE MICK from the World Series
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My ultimate would be to find the Clemente image from this set (also used for his 1955 Rookie)
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I don't have many Type 1's, but here's a couple.
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I picked up a binder of wire photos from 1938 a while ago. It's taken a long time but they've finally arrived. It looks like the person who assembled the photos was a Cubs fan and the wire photos range from the NL Championship through to the World Series that year.

The first photo here is of Gehrig welcoming Di Magio after a home run in the 9th Inning of Game 2.

The major downside of the collection is that the photos have all been laminated.
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I picked up a binder of wire photos from 1938 a while ago. It's taken a long time but they've finally arrived. It looks like the person who assembled the photos was a Cubs fan and the wire photos range from the NL Championship through to the World Series that year.



The first photo here is of Gehrig welcoming Di Magio after a home run in the 9th Inning of Game 2.



The major downside of the collection is that the photos have all been laminated.
Is it the laminate a person can remove, or the sticky laminate?

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It's the sticky laminate, unfortunately. On one of the pages the laminate had bubbled and was a little loose. I used that to see if there was a way to pull the laminate off. I don't think it can be. I'm open to suggestions if anyone has experience with that sort of thing.
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Here is earliest known professional photo taken of Al Kaline. Still in his sandlot uniform, taken the day he signed contract with Tigers.
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Picked this up from Hank Thomas recently, from the Johnson estate. I don't have a card of Johnson, but I could afford this. Circa 1924. Great pic.
Wonderful, warm shot of those two friends. After Johnson's funeral, Harris--one of the toughest ballplayers ever--was quoted as saying about Walter: "What a sweet guy he was!"
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A couple for you '69 Mets fans out there......Never seen another original celebration photo other than the one I have.....


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Here's a small array of Cincinnati Reds Photos, circa 1956. Super-crisp Type 1 images by William Jacobellis, and the basis for their respective 1956 Topps cards.

Joe Nuxhall - Al Silvera - Smoky Burgess - Gus Bell - Johnny Temple
This is really cool!
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Cochrane and Greenberg. And a portrait of Red Schoendienst Glued into a family owned scrapbook.
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Here is a really cool one of Roberto and Vera Clemente. I picked this up on ebay from a seller out of San Juan. There are no details of the event Roberto and Vera are attending on the back, just a stamp from "Bohemia Libre". I'm sure it's from a publication of the same name that ran in Puerto Rico in the 1960s/70s. This is by far and away is the most clear image of Clemente I've seen. Uploading here won't do it any justice but I'll try. With it being 8x10, it blows you away in person. Coming from San Juan makes it all the more cool to me. Thanks for looking and great thread!

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I have quite a few. Here are some samples, please enjoy.
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Wow I love that Chief Bender, playing in a tie with his sleeves rolled up.

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1939 UCLA Jackie Robinson, Kenny Washington and Woody Strode etc.
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1940 NL All Star team. Recent pickup from Bumpus Jones. Appreciate help on identifying players. I can spot: Johnny Mize, Ernie Lombardi, Leo Durocher, Frank McCormick, Bucky Walters, Hank Gowdy, Bill McKechnie, Mel Ott, Carl Hubbell.

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Great thread! All of these are really cool!

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I must've missed this thread before. Great stuff.

Here's one I never get tired of looking at:



And a super rare Billy Taub Clothiers premium, ca. 1930:



One of my absolute favorite images, a June 21, 1935 Acme Newsphoto of Joe Louis, it has appeared in many books on boxing history:



1965 George Harrison:



1960-61 Celtics Bill Russell:



1961 Chamberlain, Russell and Cousy:



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1967 Dick Butkus team issue:



Young Rocky Marciano at camp:



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Biz Mackey in the California Winter League most likely in 1927:



The Cubbies on Catalina Island, ca. 1933, doing their best Seven Dwarves imitation. Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho, It's Off To Work We Go:

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I must've missed this thread before. Great stuff.

Here's one I never get tired of looking at:



And a super rare Billy Taub Clothiers premium, ca. 1930:



One of my absolute favorite images, a June 21, 1935 Acme Newsphoto of Joe Louis, it has appeared in many books on boxing history:



1965 George Harrison:



1960-61 Celtics Bill Russell:



1961 Chamberlain, Russell and Cousy:



1984 Michael Jordan rookie year team issue:



1967 Dick Butkus team issue:



Young Rocky Marciano at camp:



Don't look back, America, something might be gaining on you:

Satchel Paige snapshot:



Biz Mackey in the California Winter League most likely in 1927:



The Cubbies on Catalina Island, ca. 1933, doing their best Seven Dwarves imitation. Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho, It's Off To Work We Go:

you've always got great items to share. love the Paige snapshot!

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Wow, Adam...

Those photos are all crazy-good images of those icons. Butkus looks just insane enough to rip your head off, and Wilt looks like he'd prevail, even if the entire defense isolated on him.

And that Cubbies "7 Dwarfs" Catalina shot is priceless. Love the Bill Russell and Joe Louis shots as well. Great stuff!
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Regarding the Dempsey/Gehrig Photo.... It would be awesome to drive by 41 East 42nd Street (presumably in NYC) and see what resides there now!
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I like to pick up photos that are obscure. Whether for my PC or not, I can't pass up this kind of image.

Chris Mahoney only played 3 Games ever in the Major League. In 1910 with the red sox he lost a start and threw a save. He got 1 hit and 1 run as a batter.

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Day 1 of the Federal League. Later published in Baseball Magazine, June 1914.



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Another early Federal League. Portrait of Robert Ward, president of the Brooklyn Tip-Tops. Later published in the Buffalo Times (Feb 19, 1914) and the Philadelphia Inquirer (Feb 20, 1914). (My newspapers.com subscription eded, so I can't share the article).

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Well, here is a view from the rooftop with Babe Ruth sparring McGovern; Ruth also trained there. From a Mutoscope reel:



A few more:

Velox snap of Jimmie Foxx with the Cubs:



Sugar Ray Robinson, the P4P GOAT, in the army:



Gotta post this one: Dr. J rookie year team issue, destroying Wes Unseld for 30 in a Squires-Bullets exhibition game, autographed:



One more for now, 1967 NBA 1st Team All Stars, who I think match up well with any team in history:

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I just found this among my father's items. He and my grandmother passed away close to two years ago. A photo album of my fathers time serving in Korea (approximately 1971) was among my grandmother's stuff. I don't know who the others are, but my father is kneeling bottom left. The gentleman in the middle is wearing a shirt that says Korea, 122 Signal Battalion, in which my father was an officer (ROTC Eastern WA University 1966 - 1970). I would love to find one of those flannels! The Bayonets. No writing on the back, sadly.

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Found a scan of one of my favorite Baseball-related photos: Cleveland Groundskeeper Harold Bossard clearing snow from Municipal Stadium to get ready for opening day in 1978. Harold was son of Legendary Cleveland Groundskeeper Emil Bossard, and was a fine Groundskeeper in his own right. One of the many Bossard family members to prep the field for Cleveland over the years.

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Here are a few of my favorite basketball photos.

Jim Palmer of the 1961 Pittsburgh Rens of the ABL

Larry Brown when he played for Goodyear in the National Industrial League

George Mikan after scoring 53 points in the 1945 NIT against Rhode Island State

Oscar Robertson 1955-56 Crispus Attucks High School wins 2nd state championship
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Have always really liked this 1913 Bain Type 1 of Cy.

This image is older than 1913. Based upon configuration of the ballpark its actually 1910 at the Polo Grounds. A fire burned down the grandstand after the second game of the 1911 season and the rebuilt structure looked very different.


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Here’s a Bain Type 1 of Cy Seymour.
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Here are just a few in my collection ruth with miller huggins boy he was small. gehrigs the big train marciano swinging a bat...
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Wow the Gehrig portrait and action shot at first are stunning. Really of the them have fantastic clarity! Beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

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One of my favorites in the PC! Jackie, Joe Black, and Chuck Dressen from August 15th, 1952.
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Been combing through my photo collection, wanted to share this happy Monte.Irvin_Dinner_Front.jpgIrvin_Dinner_Back.jpg

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Some great photos in this thread. I've fallen in love with photos. Here's a few from my PC.
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