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Old 10-04-2018, 06:40 PM
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Old 10-04-2018, 07:01 PM
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Something different I just got in the mail.
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Brian,

Is the photo of "Wild Bill" the back side of the postcard or separate from it. Sorry for the uneducated question, but what is his name?

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Brian: Just looked him up: May be "Wild Bill" Donovan from the 1908 Detroit Free Press Tigers postcard. Born Oct 13, 1876, died Dec 9, 1923.

Right-handed pitcher played for the Washington Senators (1898), Brooklyn Superbas (1899–1902), Detroit Tigers (1903–12; 1918), and New York Yankees (1915–16).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Donovan

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Ever closer to completing the E94 master set. A little dinged but a welcome addition. Now that I am down to the last handful, any one I find and buy are welcome. Still chasing the blue and dark green Crawfords, violet Lajoie, red Lajoie, dark green Cobb and dark green Wagner. The last two I don't want to pay a fortune for so lower grades :-)
I don't believe I have ever seen a blue Crawford for sale, anyone have one they might part with?
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Got this today in mail. Martin - "Q"reensboro. Darn these cards are so tough to get right now.
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Brian,

Is the photo of "Wild Bill" the back side of the postcard or separate from it. Sorry for the uneducated question, but what is his name?

Great pick-ups!
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Brian: Just looked him up: May be "Wild Bill" Donovan from the 1908 Detroit Free Press Tigers postcard. Born Oct 13, 1876, died Dec 9, 1923.

Right-handed pitcher played for the Washington Senators (1898), Brooklyn Superbas (18991902), Detroit Tigers (190312; 1918), and New York Yankees (191516).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Donovan
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Thank you for the post and your kind words. The player is "Wild Bill" Donovan. The back of the postcard states Wolverine News. Here is a post, albeit a horizontal scan.
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