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    Early 1930's James Naismith Radio Interview Transcripts With Handwritten Notes. Three separate documents are offered here, each with extensive handwritten notations from Dr. Naismith. 1) Transcript of October 29, 1931 radio interview with Naismith. Regards his views on athletes and whether strenuous activity shortens their lives. Seven pages. 2) Transcript of December 15, 1932 radio interview with Naismith. Focuses on Naismith's life and his views on the sport of football, although basketball is discussed briefly. Seven pages. 3) Radio script in which Naismith plays the fictional character "Doc." References to World War I presents the possibility that it dates from the late 1910's or early 1920's. Pages are EX. Handwritten notations are 9/10 and better. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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