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    1920's-30's Various Contents of Clyde Milan's Scrapbook. Some more interesting material, as follows: 1) 1922 Clark Griffith ALS (signed "Griffith") regarding manager position offer. Single page on Senators letterhead, 9/10. 2) 1922 Clark Griffith TLS (full signature) re: Milan named as manager, pitchers reporting to spring training early. Original mailing envelope. Autograph 9+/10. 3) 1922 Sam Rice ALS congratulating on managerial appointment, two pages. Letter and mailing envelope bear full signatures. 9+/10. 4) 1931 George Weiss ALS (secretarial - signed "George") re: Dixie Series. Single page on Baltimore Orioles letterhead. Ink 9/10. 5) 1924 George Weiss signed Eastern League pass. Autograph 9+/10, pass Good. 6) Season passes for St. Louis Cardinals (1924, 1931, 1933) and Washington Senators (1929). VG-EX average. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2012
    25th-27th Thursday-Saturday
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