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    Circa 1920 Roger Bresnahan Photographs Lot of 6. Captured between the mid-1910's and late 1920's, this grouping of six photographs features Bresnahan and other top notch managers. The three 8x10" shots showcase John McGraw and Fred Clarke, Bresnahan and Frank Henry (1927 press photo) and Bresnahan with a Pirates player (marked "Hugh O'Neil" as the photographer). A 7x10" Charles Conlan original photo shows Bresnahan speaking to an umpire. From the mid-1920's is a news photo of Bresnahan and Hugh McMullen, measuring approximately 6.5x8.5." Last up is a small 3x4.5" photo of Bresnahan with another Giants old-timer, marked "LaSalle & Koch Co." Photographs grade in the Good to Very Good range with no major damage. Letter of provenance from the Bresnahan family.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2015
    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
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