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    1913 Federal League Season Pass with 1927 Rule Book. Brilliant Federal League memento from its short foray into the world of American professional baseball. Started in direct competition with the established National and American Leagues, the Federal League only lasted two years in 1914-15. The pass was presented to William S. Hunter for the 1913 Cleveland season. Lot also includes Hunter's personal pocket copy of the Rules of the General Assembly of Connecticut.

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    Auction Dates
    Oct-Nov, 2008
    5th-2nd Sunday-Sunday
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