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    1920's-50's Honus Wagner Original News Photographs Lot with Conlon & Thompson of 16. 1) Charles Conlon image of Wagner batting in 1910 (undulation); 2) Paul Thompson image of Wagner in 1910 (chipped corner); 3) full length standing with glove in 1915-17 (trimmed and affixed to mount); 4) 1923 J.R. Schmidt image of Wagner circa 1909; 5) 1925 as a Republican candidate for the sheriff of Allegheny (Pacific & Atlantic Photos stamp); 6) 1929 getting sworn-in at the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (Pacific & Atlantic Photos stamp with paper caption); 7) 1933 with Pirates manager George Gibson at train station (International News Photos with paper caption); 8) 1936 with George Cutshaw (ACME News Pictures stamp and paper caption); 9) 1940 with Yankees president Ed Barrow at BBWAA diner (Wide World Photo stamp and paper cation); 10) 1940-41 headshot; 11) 1941 with Frankie Frisch and others at Spring Training (ACME News Pictures stamp and paper caption); 12) 1943 signing contract with Pirates president William Benswanger (paper caption); 13) 1945 preparing for Spring Training; 14) 1947 teaching Billy Cox at Spring Training (Associate Press Photo and Wide World Photo stamps and paper caption); 15) 1949 playing with his dog (ACME News Pictures stamp and paper caption); and 16) 1951 with scrapbook (ACME News Pictures stamp and paper caption). Baseball Magazine hologram affixed to the back of each image. Photos measure 5x7" to 9.7".

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