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    1935 Cleveland Indians Team Signed Album Page with Walter Johnson. After a prestigious career that saw him gain the universal respect of his major league peers and fans alike, the legendary Walter Johnson tried his hand at managing, taking up jobs first in Newark, then with major league stints in Washington and Cleveland. His final year as a skipper was in 1935 with the Indians, and here we present a signed album page with signatures of not only Johnson, but also from three of his players from that year's squad. In addition to the Big Train's brilliant fountain ink signature, top-notch exemplar also are here from HOFer Earl Averill, Mel Harder, and Joe Vosmik. Album page measures 4.5 x 6" and has a horizontal crease just below Johnson's autograph. All signatures remain with an exceptional level of clarity. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    February, 2008
    24th Sunday
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