I've been looking for that PC for years: Nice find Robert, you lucky dog. That McGlynn Bregstone is awesome. Love the double handled broom in the background. I found the Doc Powers Day a couple of years ago at a small postcard show. The dealer knew it was a tough one, as he had several high end cards. Over the years he's had the Powers card, the Rotograph Chesbro I posted earlier, a Red Sox team card, a San Francisco Seals card that I was beaten to by the guy who literally got to his table a minute before I did, and this great card: Many of these players were featured on T Contentnea and T cards.
The card was sent by a player, presumably shortstop Eugene Newton. The message on the reverse mentions that the team barely topped the league and was postmarked in September of Robert, I'm glad you live in a different town. Love seeing that Roanoke PC. I'd be willing to bet that the photographer Kidd from Roanoke produced a few cabinet cards or RPPCs of the players that are floating around there somewhere. Would be great to find a few.
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Love the info on the reverse, and of special interest to me is why would a Champion team from Virginia League after a long season, head down to Chattanooga of the Southern Association for 5 games late in September!? It's interesting to me as it gives us insight into how things were back then In our time, when you win the title, the season is over. I double checked and the post mark was Sept 12th, so I thought it might be a left over pc, sent around spring training time as 2 out of league opponents would shake some rust off, but no Its definitely a great timeline piece.
Harry Duker was the park manager of Recreation Park of the Vancouver team. All of them are addressed on the reverse and signed as well. This pose of WaJo holding a bat WaJo was a very good hitting pitcher is very similar to his pose on his E Oxford Confectionary card - I wonder if both photos were taken at the same time. Jeff, thats a sweet PC! What is on the other side of this postcard It is similar indeed, the other side is blank, but the stock is very thick like a postcard.
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I will have it at the National for examination. It may well be an envelope cut down, but it certainly does not appear to be. It is of the same design as the multitude of FDCs or more aptly commemorative covers. Max Carey, back row, third from left. I like the ad-back on this postally-used card. Here are two postcards I received recently: This postcard is signed in pencil "Compliments of George W.
Who is George W. Any Knights experts here? This thread has been dormant too long! Here is one of my favorite postcards, Crawford is by the pole and Cobb is second from the right. See you in Chicago! Just happen to be in Toronto right now North York visiting relatives.
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Love the Montreal card. This is still my 2nd favorite thread of all time. These postcards depict members of the St. Louis Cardinals following the July 11, derailment of a train on which they were traveling. Fourteen were killed and 47 were injured. The players assisted in the rescue and are shown on a wrecked car. They were taken moments apart note the left hand of the player seated at the far left. The postcards belonged to two players involved in the incident, the top coming from Hall of Famer Roger Bresnahan's collection, and the bottom having been mailed by Grover Lowdermilk to his wife 11 days after the wreck.
Both are identified in the key below. Lowdermilk's message was stark: I will get off if we come through Odin.
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We were a fine looking bunch after that wreck. I have yet to hear an explanation why this obscure player is in a set that otherwise has all Reds.
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I don't believe this card is part of the Orcajo Reds set. Orcajo put out many postcards of celebrities during the same time period as the Reds cards were issued, I think Joe D just happened to be issued as one of those celebrity cards. I've had a Jack Dempsey Orcajo, others can be found of musicians and other interesting people of the time period.
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