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    1950's Dr. Charles Lacks Game Worn Milwaukee Braves Jacket. Dr. Charles Lacks had a huge role in the Milwaukee Braves success of the 1950's. The team doctor had to diagnose the injuries and help nurse the team back to health during their run in Milwaukee. This "Wilson size 42" jacket was worn by the team doctor in the 1950's. "Braves" is elegantly placed across the chest with a tomahawk serving as the underline. Chenille threads are incorporated into the tomahawk's design. Red/black/white/yellow/black/red ribbed material adds color to the neckline, sleeve ends and tail. A period Wilson label, size tag and "Lacks" (swatch) are featured in the collar. Letter of provenance from the family of William Granholm. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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