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I was looking for a thread similar to the ones already created for pins, pennants, magazine premiums, and other great memorabilia threads. But I didn't see one. So I hope you will post your photos here. I'm hoping this can be an educational thread as well, for people hoping to learn more. I have learned a ton from the before mentioned threads. Cheers!

Below is my George Michael collection (broadcaster) Type 1 photo of Joe Dimaggio sliding past Frank McCormick in the 1939 World Series.

If there is already one created, please let me know!
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That Baker is stunning. I have sold or traded most of my Type 1 photos. I had far too many and decided to keep only those I found aesthetically pleasing These are some of my favorites I've managed to hold on to. Jackie Robinson 1947, Clemente spring 1955, Clemente 1960 by Les Banos, Hank Aaron spring 1954, Kaline 1955, Mays in Puerto Rico 1955, Babe Ruth 1926, Oscar Charleston 1954.
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These are all great photos! Thanks for contributing. Tommy Lasorda RIP.

Great shot of HR Baker.

And I will say, I found all of those photos you chose to be aesthetically pleasing. WOW
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I have always loved that Dickey and Gehringer, beautiful stuff
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Bought this AP wire photo of Joe and Dom DiMaggio from August of 49 for my dad for Christmas this year.
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That Baker is stunning. I have sold or traded most of my Type 1 photos. I had far too many and decided to keep only those I found aesthetically pleasing These are some of my favorites I've managed to hold on to. Jackie Robinson 1947, Clemente spring 1955, Clemente 1960 by Les Banos, Hank Aaron spring 1954, Kaline 1955, Mays in Puerto Rico 1955, Babe Ruth 1926, Oscar Charleston 1954.
That Kaline photo belongs in a museum. Wow.
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That Baker is stunning. I have sold or traded most of my Type 1 photos. I had far too many and decided to keep only those I found aesthetically pleasing These are some of my favorites I've managed to hold on to. Jackie Robinson 1947, Clemente spring 1955, Clemente 1960 by Les Banos, Hank Aaron spring 1954, Kaline 1955, Mays in Puerto Rico 1955, Babe Ruth 1926, Oscar Charleston 1954.
Mike, those photos are outstanding! I wanted to mention that any photo collector should pick up A Portrait of Baseball Photography by Fogel, Yee, et.al.
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Thanks and I completely agree with you on the book. I actual prefer RMY’s photo classification but we are talking about art so it is really semantic I suppose.
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My new Bucky Walters photo arrived today, receiving his MVP in February 1940, beside Ed Barrows.

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Mike, those photos are outstanding! I wanted to mention that any photo collector should pick up A Portrait of Baseball Photography by Fogel, Yee, et.al.
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Thanks and I completely agree with you on the book. I actual prefer RMY’s photo classification but we are talking about art so it is really semantic I suppose.
I agree with you. I like Rhys' photo classification better. The book has some really good information though.
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That Ruth and plane photo is outstanding.
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I sold my other Ruths but could not part with that one. To me it’s just so...Babe Ruth. Here is the background information I copied and pasted from a website devoted to such silliness.

“In this rare news photograph, Babe Ruth has just caught a baseball dropped from an airplane on July 22, 1926 at Mitchel Field (an early New York airport) in Garden City, Long Island. The New York Times reports Ruth donned an army uniform to drum up publicity for the Citizens Military Training Camps.

Six times, baseballs were dropped from the airplane and Ruth was sweating up a storm, running all over the field trying to catch one. On the seventh attempt, Ruth caught a baseball from 300 feet up, according to the Times account “establishing another world record.” The caption on the photo says the pilot, Captain Harold McClelland was travelling about 80 mph and dropped the ball from about 200 feet up.

Regardless of how high the plane was, it appears to be a true story as evidenced by the photograph with its caption and the July 23, 1926 New York Times story, which is reproduced below.

What couldn’t Babe Ruth do?”
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Another photo, from 1940 World Series.


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Type 1 gelatin of "BiG Ed Walsh", Seated for a casual photo after winning the 1906 World Series over the Chicago Cubs. Supporting his World Series Breast Pin...
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That Kaline photo belongs in a museum. Wow.
Completely agree... what an artistic candid shot! Other museum-worthy photos include the HR Baker, Plank, Sisler/Hornsby, Bottomley/Hafey, and too many others to mention.

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You're right, that Kaline is incredible.
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Clarence 'Ace' Parker Cardinals vs Brooklyn Dodgers 1940



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I love Chick Hafey's story. Great pics.

Nice football shots as well. Though I never understood the jumping pass throw.
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That's quite a collection Jeff. Seeing those makes me wish I hadn't sold so many of my photos. Here some others that I held onto.
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A while back I purchased a large collection of 35mm original slides that were shot by James Drake of Sports Illustrated. These are my favorites. I know I am biased but I believe these are some of the most beautiful portraits of Clemente I have ever seen. As you may know the 1971 iteration of Roberto is my sweet spot so these are special to my collection. I have no idea what they are now worth but I wouldn’t ever sell them. Thanks for indulging me.
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Those are incredible Jeff
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Those are great Clemente slides!

I have several slides from the 60's 7 70's I have bought over the years. I have no way to scan them.

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Double weight International photo of Fred Merkle in spring training with the 1913/1914 Giants

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1922 photo of Ken Williams, St. Louis Browns at Fenway Park - inspiration for Graig Kreindler's masterpiece "A Rival for Ruth"



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High Pockets Kelly in the early 1920's. Shot on the left was in a lot I picked up from Christie's a few summers back. Shot on the right I found at the last National in Chicago. Believe that one came from his estate. Always fun when photos can be paired up.

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Loving those sweet Cardinals and A's unis, and Gowdy's Bead-weld Mask...

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I've never seen anything like that Keeler bunting pose. What is that exactly? That's on some funky thick paper.
Photo is pasted to heavy board by newspaper art dept., in this case the NY Evening Telegram. The partially erased pencil below the photograph is, I believe, Charles Conlon's handwriting. While I don't think he took this photo, it looks like he may have worked on it in his job at the Telegram.
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Photo is pasted to heavy board by newspaper art dept., in this case the NY Evening Telegram. The partially erased pencil below the photograph is, I believe, Charles Conlon's handwriting. While I don't think he took this photo, it looks like he may have worked on it in his job at the Telegram.
Very cool.

Additionally, those Gowdy images are neat. I don't know a bunch about him other than his wartime service and coaching the Reds.
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Here is the only one that I own. Its of Cy Young at age 70 in 1937 stamped Chicago Tribune on the back.

I dont know if its type 1 or 2, but its on very glossy vintage photo paper
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Always enjoy seeing and collecting photos and threads like this bring out the best. That Satch Paige shot is really something Mike, just outstanding.
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