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Overview

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Arrangement of the Collection

Restrictions

Access Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Connie Mack, undated-2000s

Baseball player and subject files

Scrapbooks and realia, 1930s-1992

Photographic negatives, 1925-1930s

Prints, 1908-1998

Audiovisual materials, 1936-2008

Southern Methodist University

Norman Macht baseball research collection

A Guide



Overview

Creator: Macht, Norman L. (Norman Lee), 1929-
Title: Norman Macht baseball research collection
Inclusive Dates: 1908-2008
Abstract: Norman Macht is the author of over thirty books, and the vast majority of this collection is material for two biographies of baseball player and manager, Connie Mack, published in 2012. This sports research collection contains notes, drafts, clippings, scrapbooks, baseballs, oral histories, audio cassette tapes, sound reels, posters, and photographs.
Accession No: A2013.0038, A2013.0038x
Extent: 43 boxes (18 linear feet)
Language: Material is in English
Repository DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University

Biographical Note

Born in Brooklyn in 1929, Norman L. Macht turned his back on the Dodgers baseball team at an early age and became a Giants fan. Aspiring to be a big league pitcher, he developed an effective change-up, but had no fastball to change-up from. A 1947 graduate of the University of Chicago, he worked for baseball broadcaster Ernie Harwell, then as general manager of several minor league teams before becoming a freelance writer and book producer.

Macht has written more than thirty-five non-fiction books, primarily biographies, including co-authoring the autobiographies of former major leaguers Dick Bartell and Rex Barney. His three-volume biography of Connie Mack involved twenty-eight mostly pre-internet years of primary source research and hundreds of interviews. After eight years as a Texas resident, Macht now lives with his wife, Sherie, in San Diego, California.

Source:

Norman Macht, e-mail message to archivist, February 5, 2014.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

This research collection contains notes, drafts, clippings, scrapbooks, baseballs, audio cassette tapes, sound reels, posters, and photographs. The vast majority of this collection is material for Norman Macht’s biographies of baseball player and manager, Connie Mack, published in 2012: Connie Mack and the Early Years of Baseball and Connie Mack: The Turbulent and Triumphant Years, 1915-1931. The last series contains nineteen audio cassette tapes that were mostly likely research material for Macht’s 2010 book, Football’s Last Iron Men: 1934, Yale vs. Princeton, and One Stunning Upset. Baseball researchers will find this collection strong in East Coast baseball history.

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Arrangement of the Collection

The collection is organized into six series:
Series 1: Connie Mack, undated-2000s
Series 2: Baseball player and subject files, undated-2000s
Series 3: Scrapbooks and realia, 1930s-1992
Series 4: Photographic negatives, 1925-1930s
Series 5: Prints, 1908-1998
Series 6: Audiovisual materials, 1936-2008

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Restrictions

Access to Collection:

Collection is open for research use.

Publication Rights:

Permission to publish materials must be obtained from the Director of the DeGolyer Library.

Copyright Statement:

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain copyright authorization.

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Access Terms

This collection is indexed under the following terms in the Southern Methodist University Libraries' online catalog. Researchers desiring related materials may search the catalog using these terms.
Mack, Connie, 1862-1956 -- Biography.
Philadelphia Athletics (Baseball team)
Sportswriters.
Baseball -- History.
Baseball players -- United States.
Oral histories
Scrapbooks.
Clippings.
Audiocassettes.
Audiovisual materials.
Negatives.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Norman L. Macht baseball research collection, DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University.

Acquisition Information

Purchase, 2013.

Processing Information

Dates and other information added by the archivist are in square brackets. Norman Macht’s folder titles and arrangement were maintained. All photographic negatives were re-housed in acid-free envelopes, and the two 16 mm sound reels metal cases were replaced with plastic containers.

Processed by

Cynthia Franco, 2014.

Finding aid written and encoded by

Cynthia Franco, 2014.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series 1:
Connie Mack, undated-2000s
7 boxes

This series contains research material for Norman Macht’s biographies of Connie Mack. The majority of these files are undated photocopies of newspaper clippings, publications, and photographs. Included are some original correspondence and photographs. Macht arranged his files chronologically according to Connie Mack’s life. He abbreviated all folder titles about the Philadelphia Athletics as “A’s.”
Box Folder
1 1 Pitchers
2 East Brookfield
3 19th century baseball
4 Meriden, 1884
5 Hartford
6 Washington, 1886-1889
7 Brotherhood – Buffalo, 1890
8 Pittsburgh
9 Pittsburgh, 1893-1896
10 “Pullman Pastimes: Riding the Rails with Ring Lardner’s Clubs and White Sox” by RW. Lardern [typescript, 60 pages]
11 [Statistics 1871-1962]
12-13 Milwaukee, 1897-1900
14 American League
15 [Charles Carrolton “Chick”] Fraser
16 1901-1904
17 1901-1909
18 Ben Shibe
19 1901-1902 [American League-National League] War
20 1902
Box Folder
2 1 Rube Waddell
2 Columbia Park
3 [Nap] Lajoie, 1902
4 “How to Play Baseball” by Connie Mack [photocopy]
5 American League minutes, 1900-1907
6 1903
7 1905
8-9 1906
10 1907
11 1908
12 Shibe Park, 1909
13 1909
14 100,000 infield [Stuffy McInnis]
15 1910
16 1911
17 1911 World Series
18 Volume 1 additions
19 1912
20-21 1913
22-23 1914
24 Federal League
Box Folder
3 1 Rube Waddell, volume 2 and 3 clippings, volume 2 photographs [compact disc]
2 Post 1914 adds [manuscript additions], 1999-2005
3-5 1915
6 1916
7 1917
8-9 1918
10 Jack Nabors
11-13 1919
14-15 1920
16 1921
17 1922
18 1923
19 1924
20 1925
21 1926
22 Sunday baseball
23 1927
24 1928
Box Folder
4 1-2 1929
3 1930
4 Articles by Connie Mack, 1930
5 World Series, 1930
6 1931
7 World Series, 1931
8 Bob Paul news clippings
9 American League meetings, 1915, 1920s, 1939
10 Connie Mack namesakes
11 1932
12-13 1933
14 1934
15 Japan trip, 1933-1934
16 Connie Mack letter to his children, Tokyo, 1934
17 Japan photographs, 1934
18 Japan trip news clippings, 1933-1934
19 1935
20 1936
21 1937
22 1938
23 1939
24 1932-1939
25 1940
26 1941
27 Browns move, 1941
28 1942
29 1943
Box Folder
5 1 1944
2 1945
3 Connie Mack letters to Hubert Sedgwick, 1940-1950
4 1946
5 Blacks and A’s [Philadelphia Athletics]
6 1947
7 1948
8 1949
9-10 1950
11 1951
12 1952
13 1953
14 1954
15 Sale of A’s, Arnold Johnson minutes of American League meetings
16 Sales of A’s, 1954
17 1955 and after
18 Connie Mack will and estate
19 [Baseball statistics]
20 Connie Mack letters to Paul Fritzinger, 1952-1954 [photocopies]
21 Connie Mack letters to Donald McComas, 1947-1950 [photocopies]
22-23 Sources for volume 1 additions
Box Folder
6 1-2 Sources for volume 1 additions
3 Connie Mack Jr.
4 Connie Mack III
5 Chuck Robert, Connie Mack’s chauffeur
6 Connie McCambridge
7 Ruth [Clark]
8 Bob Paul
9 Al and Skip Horwitz
10 Ira Thomas
11 Dick Armstrong
12 Frank Cunningham and Frank Jr., cassette tape of Ruth Clark, Skip Horwitz, and Frank Cunningham
13 [Hyman] Pearlstone and [Larry] Budner
14 Tom McGillicuddy
15 Ted Gorsuch, Taylor Grant, and Arthur Dempsey
16 Betty Nolen
17 Neil McGillicuddy
18 Kathleen Kelly
19 Dutch Doyle
20 Al Ruggieri and John Rooney
21 Helen Mack Thomas
22 Natalie Griffith scrapbooks [notes]
23 Connie Mack letters to Shannon Fife [photocopies]
24 Connie Mack letters to Sister Florence [photocopies]
25 Celler Comm. Excerpts [Congressional hearings about organized baseball, 1952]
26 A’s financials, profit loss statements, American League and visitors payouts exhibiting some income, and spring training
27 Salaries and player purchases and sales, signing bonuses
28 Rental income, concessions, life insurance, rain insurance
29 Executive salaries, dividends, shares, official scorers, attorneys, and 1950 memo
30 Grounds company bills payable, interest payments, mortgage, 1914-1941 accounts receivable, bills, cash balances, and construction
31 A’s ledgers – miscellaneous radio, tv
32 Rob [Rodriguez] ledgers info
33 A’s farm teams, scouts, and Connie Mack baseball school
34 Clarence Thomas’s annotated manuscript for a Connie Mack biography by Norman L. Macht
Box
10 15 compact discs of newspaper clippings : 1871-1883, 1883-1889, 1890-1896, 1897-1904, 1905-1911, 1912-1918, Post 1914-1928, 1919-1926, 1927-1933, 1929-1931, 1934-1939, 1940-1945, 1946-1950, 1951-1954, 1955-1956

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Series 2:
Baseball player and subject files
2 boxes

This series contains research material about baseball players for Norman Macht’s various baseball publications and is arranged alphabetically by baseball player. The majority of these files are undated photocopies of newspaper clippings, publications, and photographs. Included are some original correspondence and photographs.
Box Folder
6 35 Wayne Ambler
36 Walter Anderson
37 Joe Astroth
38 John Babich
39 Rex Barney
40 Chief Bender and Eddie Plank
41 Max Bishop
42 [Russell] Blackburne
43 Roberto Clemente
44 Al Brancato
45 Lou Brissie
46 Joe Bush
47 Joe Cascarella
48 Sam Chapman
49 Harry Chozen
50 Ty Cobb
51 Mike Cochrane, 1990 letter
52 Mickey Cochrane
53 Joe Coleman
54 Eddie Collins Jr.
55 Raymond “Bobby” Coombs
56 Jack Coombs
57 Doc Cramer
58 Crash Davis
59 Joc DeMaestri
60 Bob Dillinger
61 James Dykes
62 James Dykes family
63 Nick Etten
64 Ferris Fain
65 Tom Ferrick
66 Dick Fowler
Box Folder
7 1 Jimmy Foxx
2 Tony Freitas
3 Barney Friberg and Billy Hamilton
4 Lou Gehrig
5 Howard Groskloss
6 Robert “Lefty” Grove
7 Randy Gumpert
8 Irv Hall
9 Joe Hauser
10 Bob Johnson
11 Eddie Joost
12 George Kell
13 Skeeter Kell
14 Alex Kellner
15 Dario Lodigiani
16 Ted Lyons
17 Alex McColl
18 Barney McCosky
19 Benny McCoy
20 Les McCrabb
21 Ed Madjeskie
22 Ace Marchildon
23-25 Christy Mathewson
26 Charlie Metro
27 Rudel Miller
28 Wally Moses
29 Bobo Newsom
30 Bill Nicholson
31 Satchel Paige
32 Max Patkin [with two photographs]
33 Nelson Potter
34 Russ Derry and Bob Savage
35 Carl Scheib
36 Bobby Shantz
37 Moses Solomon
38 Pete Suder
39 Bud Thomas
40 Vander Meer
41 Tommy Thomas
42 Elmer Valo
43 Bill Werber
44 [Irvin] Kaiser Wilhelm
45 Whitey Witt
46 Cy Young
47 Infielders
48 Outfielders
49 1956 standard minor league contract
50 Train/first air travel
51 Handicapped
52 BB docs [baseball documents]
53 Biographical information – mostly baseball writers [with photograph of John Daley]
54 Miscellaneous – mostly [Frank] Chance and old Cubs
55-56 Miscellaneous [drafts, clippings, John Francis Daley, letters, Helen Wills Moody]
57 Charles “Pop” Kelchner: Dean of the Scouts, manuscript by Norman Macht, 2006
58 “Watching the World Series” article by Norman Macht in American History Illustrated, September/October 1991
59 SABR TNP fillers and articles [Society for American Baseball Research The National Pastime fillers and articles]
60 Correspondence with Bill James regarding his book review of Rowdy Richard, 1988
61 Nothing new in baseball
62 [Reproductions of Cincinnati baseball documents from Karpeles Manuscript Library, 1959-1879]
63 Three baseball player prints

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Series 3:
Scrapbooks and realia, 1930s-1992
3 boxes

This series contains Norman Macht’s four scrapbooks, baseball cards, and a signed baseball.
Box Folder
42X 4 Two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings about baseball, 1940s
5 Newspaper clippings, 1950s-1970s
6 Newspaper clippings about Connie Mack, 1950s
7 Roy Campanella article in Life magazine, 1959
Box Folder
43X Two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings about baseball, 1940s
Box Folder
8 Four scrapbooks of newspaper clippings about baseball, some photographs of baseball players, 1930s-1980s
1992 Conlon collection of baseball cards
1985 limited edition set of 1930-1939 baseball cards by America’s National Pastime. Library’s copy is no. 838 of 5000.
Autographed baseball by Hank Aaron in clear baseball holder
Plaque with Joe Moore signed baseball card and baseball.

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Series 4:
Photographic negatives, 1925-1930s
1 box

This series contains mostly 4 x 5 inch photographic negatives of baseball player portraits. The oversize photographs are 7 x 5 inches and housed in larger envelopes. The majority of the negatives are baseball players or staff, but there are a few ball parks, entertainers, a boxer, and a football player. This series is arranged alphabetically by baseball player.
Box
Box 9 George Abrams
Ethan Allen
Buzz Arlett
Larry Arnzen
Bob Asbjornson
Ken Ash
Joe Aulbach
Paul Bealty – football
Jim Beckman
Jim Begley “Imp”
Frank Behle
Larry Benton
Rube Benton with Pete Donohue
Wally Berger
Bruno Betzel
Harry Biemiller
Ray Blades [damaged]
Otto Bluege
Sam Bohne
Danny Boone
Lynn Brenton
Rube Bressler
Glenn Brightwell
Norbert Brockmann
Fred Burger
George Burns
Donie Bush
Earl Butter – boxer
Marty Callaghan
Archie Campbell
Jimmy Careney
Max Carey
Owen Carroll
Howie Carter
Cuckoo Christensen or Walter “Seacap” Christensen
Joe Cicero
Fred Clarke
Lefty Clarke
Bill Clymer
Ty Cobb and Pat Moran
Ty Cobb and Edd Roush
Tom Conway
Johnny Couch
Fritz Coumbe
Estel Crabtree
Sam Crane
Hugh Critz
Hugh Critz and Horace Ford
Tony Cuccinello
Jake Daubert
Virgil David
Tom Davis Jr.
Paul Dawson
Clyde Day
Danny Deever
John Dell
Pedro Dibut
Leo Dixon
Pete Donohue
Charlie Donnelly
Mike Doolan
Astyanax Douglass
Charlie Dressen
George Dumont
Pat Duncan
Leo Durocher
Leo Durocher and Andrews
Glenn Dyer
Oliver Eckart
Al Eckert
Fred Edwards
Jim Joe Edwards
Hod Eller
Rube Ehrhardt
Frank Emmer
Maynard Fisher
Ray Fisher
Lew Fonseca
Hod Ford
Boob Fowler
Benny Frey
Ray Fitzgerald
Howard “Red” Frost
Joe Gallo
Billy Gilbert, retired [in] street clothes
Wally Gilbert
John Gillespie
Johnny Gooch
Ken Gordy
Frank Grayson
Heinie Groh
Marv Gudat
Chick Hafey
Bill Hall
Frank Harding
Bubbles Hargrave
Bruce Harrington
Bill Harris
Chicken Hawks
Mickey Heath
Cliff Heathcote
Harry Heilmann
Dutch Henry
Babe Herman
Miller Higgins
Andy High
Gus Hilb
Whitey Hilcher
Jack Hill
Ed Hock
Kenny Hogan
Rogers Hornsby
Doc Hoskins
Dan Howley
Dan Howley and Pete Donohue
Walter Hunter
Pete Jablowski
Luke Johnson
Si Johnson
Victor Johnson
Casey Jones and son, and George Young
George Kelly
Dutch Kemner
J.E. “Snake” Kennedy
Red Killefer
Wally Kimmich
Hal King
Bill Klem, batboy, Swope, and Pat Moran [oversize]
Roy Kolp
John Lahm
Grover Land
Judge Landis and Jack Hendricks
Duffy Lewis
Joe Linnemann
Ernie Lombardi
Adolpho Luque
Red Lutz
Rube Lutzke
Emmett McCann
Doug McWeeny
Clyde Manion, two negatives with Mickey Heath
Cliff Markle
Rube Marquard
Jakie May
Carl Mays
Roy Meeker
Bob Meusel
Bill Miller
Pete Monahan
Pat Moran [oversize]
Ed Morris
Walter Mueller
Clarence Myers
Buddy Napier, poor [quality?]
Greasy Neale
Art Nehf
Al Niehaus
Ned Niles
John Ogden, Jimmy Dykes, and Dan Howley
Orlando Ball Park, 1928
John B. Orr
Mel Ott
John Pappa
George Paskert
Pat Patterson
Val Picinich
Eddie Pick
Lou Pinto
Wally Pipp
Pinky Pittinger
Jimmy Priesmuth
Doc Prothro
Pid Purdy
Harlan Pyle
Milton Rangnow
Henry Riconda
Joe Riestenberg
Frank Rodgers
Lupe Rodriguez
Clint Rogge, poor [quality?]
William A. Rourke
Edd Roush
Geo Scheminant
Bill Schirmer
Carl Schmehl
Karl Schnell
Bill “Buff” Schram, non-player
Wes Schulmerich, poor [quality?]
Henry Schwab
Jack Scott
Charlie See
Leo Seiffert
Ralph Shafer
Wally Shaner
Tom Sheehan
Victor Shiell
Burt Shotten
Frank Sigafoos
Elmer Smith
Joe Smith
Chick Sorten
Billy Southworth and Greasy Neale, 1929
Roy Spencer
Brad Springer, 1926
Gene Staley, 1926, poor [quality?]
Ed Strelicki, 1931
Lena Styles, 1931
Clyde Sukeforth
Harold Sullivan
Tom Sullivan, 1925
Gus Sundberg
Evar Swanson
Red Sweeney
Tom Swope
John Taylor
Bud Teachout
Frank Thornton
Harry Topel
Bob Vines
Curt Walker
Bobby Wallace and Ivy Wingo
Rabbit Warstler
Earl Webb
Bill Werber and Henry Kistler
Jack White, 1927
Louis Widrig, non-player
Dennis Williams
Ken Williams, poor [quality?]
Otto Williams, Cincinnati coach, 1930
Ivy Wingo
Dick Wykoff
Biff Wysong, 1931
Paul Zahniser
Bill Zitzmann

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Series 5:
Prints, 1908-1998
1 oversize box, 1 oversize folder

This series contains an oversize box containing rolled posters, a photograph, and broadsides. One oversize folder contains posters of various baseball players produced in the 1990s.
Box Folder
42X 1 Von Tilzer, Albert, and Jack Norworth. 1908. Take me out to the ball game. New York: York Music.
1 “Dem Old Cubs” poem by George Moriarty
1 “You Can’t Kill an Oriole” poem by Ogden Nash
Box Folder
8 2 Murderer’s Row broadside signed by Mark Koenig. No. 48 of 125, printed by Counterpane Press, Riverside, California.
3 Photograph of Philadelphia Athletics player
3 Yankee Stadium Opening Day, April 18, 1923 poster
3 Line-Up For Yesterday: An ABC of Baseball Immortals by Ogden Nash, 1949, broadside
3 American League Champions Baseball Club of 1931, photography by Wagner Studio, Philadelphia
Three rolled posters: The First Pitch, April 6, 1992 [Oriole Park at Camden Yards]
The New York World’s Fair of 1939-1940, c1998
Great American Ballparks by Hellmuth, Obata, and Kassabaum Inc. Sports Facilities Group
Box Folder
Oversize Folder Jimmie Foxx, c1992
Babe Ruth, c1992
Lou Gehrig, c1992
Three posters of various baseball players by The Sporting News, c1993

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Series 6:
Audiovisual materials, 1936-2008
32 boxes

The bulk of this series contains interviews on cassette tape for Norman Macht’s biography of Connie Mack. This series is arranged alphabetically by player. There are nineteen “Yale-Princeton” tapes that contain interviews with football players and other athletes who played for Yale and Princeton. These nineteen tapes are mostly likely research material for Macht’s 2010 book, Football’s Last Iron Men: 1934, Yale vs. Princeton, and One Stunning Upset. Also included are two vinyl records of 1975 baseball games, two 16 mm sound reels of the 1940 World Series in Detroit, and a VHS tape entitled “Football at Yale.”
Box
11 Joe Adcock
Lionel Aldridge, Green Bay Packers [2 tapes]
Sparky Anderson, [Orel] Hershiser on NL/AL and 1995 Hargrove-Winfield [Cleveland Indians]
Richie Ashburn [2 tapes]
Joe Astroth [2 tapes]
Elden Auker [3 tapes]
Box
12 John Babich [2 tapes]
Rex Barney
Rex Barney on Cal Ripkin Jr., 1992
Rex Barney, SABR Talk Bits, 1991 [3 tapes]
RB [Rex Barney, tapes 1-10]
Box
13 RB [Rex Barney, tapes 11-27]
Box
14 RB [Rex Barney, tapes 28-39]
Jack Barry’s niece
Box
15 Dick Bartell for Rowdy Richard book, 1984-1986 [10 tapes]
Box
16 Don Baylor
Emil Beck on Columbia Park
Ray Benge
Interview with Bob Berman (1918 Senators) by Louis Jacobson, July 17, 1987
Ray Berres [2 tapes]
Art Bowland
Bobby Bragan, Robin Roberts at SABR 1994 [SABR convention]
Al Brancato and Eddie Collins Jr.
Lou Brissie
Ernie Broglio [2 tapes]
Mace Brown, 1993
Hector Harold (Skinny) Brown, 1994
Bill Bruton, 1990
Smokey Burgess, Dick Groat, Art Ditmar, Bob Friend, 1990
Joe Burns, 1987
Box
17 Putsy Caballero, 1993 [2 tapes]
Bill Campbell
Bernie Carbo and Rico Carty, 1990
Joe Cascarella
Pete Castiglione [2 tapes], 2004
Cesar Cedeno and Ruben Amaro, 1990
Bill Chamberlain, 1993
Happy Chandler
Sam Chapman, 1988
Harry Chozen
Harry Chozen and New Orleans readings
Harry Chozen and Mickey Rutner, interviews conducted by Louis Jacobson
Allie Clark and Crash Davis
Ruth Clarke, 1986 [Connie Mack’s daughter, 2 tapes]
Box
18 Roger Clemens, 1998
Mary Cochrane interview by Rick Badley
Joe Coleman, 1987
Eddie Collins Jr.
Bobby Coombs
Jack Coombs and Bobby Coombs
John and Jimmy Cooney, 1986
John Coooney, 1986
Harry Craft interview by H. Wheeler
Doc Cramer and Whitey Witt, 1986 [2 tapes]
Tony Cuccinello, 1985
Frank Cunningham, 1997
Box
19 John Francis Daley, 1987 [3 tapes]
Crash Davis
Al Dark and Brooks Robinson, 1989
Pete DeCoursey’s grandfather
Joe DeMaestri, 2002
Art Dempsey’s sisters, relatives of Connie Mack
Russ Derry [2 tapes]
Larry Doby, 1997
Dutch Doyle [2 tapes]
Clem Dreisewerd, 1990 [2 tapes]
Joe Dugan [2 tapes]
Jimmy Dykes family [2 tapes]
Box
20 Woody English, 1985
Dick Estelle, 1993
Nick Etten [2 tapes]
Ferris Fain, 1988 [2 tapes]
Bibb Falk, 1985
Dutch Fehring, 2004
Tom Ferrick [2 tapes]
Boo Ferriss, 1993 [2 tapes]
Elbie Fletcher, 1989
Jimmie Foxx program on Radio 11 WBAL, 1992
Larry French and Babe Herman, 1986 [3 tapes]
Tony Freitas, 1988
Box
21 Arthur Gallagher and E. Collins, 1988 [2 tapes]
Ned Garver interview by Ed L[?], 1993
Milt Gaston
Lloyd Gearhart interview by Kevin Summers, 1992
[Charlie] Chas Gehringer, 1984 [2 tapes]
Glory of Their Times [5 tapes]
Tayor Grant, 1990
Hank Greenberg interview on Dick Bartell
Garret Grier interview on Columbia Park, 1990
Alvin Griffith
Box
22 Clark Griffith interview by David Voigt
Natalie Griffith [interview about] scrapbooks
Lefty Grove with Gene Murdock, 1974 [2 tapes]
Randy Gumpert, 1986
Harry Gumbert, 1985
Box
23 Harvey Haddix and Vern Law
Irv Law, 1988
Hall of Fame induction, 1958
Rita Hansen interview on umpires, 1991
Joe Hauser [2 tapes]
Joe Hauser, 1987
Joe Hauser and Dallas Green on Steve Carlton, 1990
Wally Hebert, 1990
[Roland] Hemond, [Phil] Regan, [Roger] Clemens
Ken Henderson
Roy Henshaw [2 tapes]
Billy Herman, 1986
Andy High interview with Gene Murdock, 1979
Bill Hill
Carmen Hill, 1985
Box
24 Carmen Hill, 1985
Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia’s Baseball History remarks by Edward Collins Jr. and Albert Brancato, 1990
Elon “Chief” Hogsett, 1991
Sid Hudson, 2007 [2 tapes]
Waite Hoyt interview with Gene Murdock, 1976 [2 tapes]
Waite Hoyt tv show [2 tapes]
Ernie Harwell’s last three games, 1991 [10 tapes]
Box
25 Interviewing seminar [at] SABR [convention], 1993
Reggie Jackson Hall of fame induction speech, Chuck Thompson induction speech, 1993
Reggie Jackson Hall of Fame press conference and tv show, 1993
Travis Jackson, 1985
Bill Jenkinson and A’s memories
Walter Johnson broadcast game: last 6 innings radio broadcast Washinton vs. Cleveland, [with] Harry McTigue announcer, September 21, 1939
Smead Jolley, 1984
Dalton Jones, 1992
Eddie Joost, 2002
Box
26 Willie Kamm, 1984 [2 tapes]
George Kell, 1988
Skeeter Kell
Alex Kellner, 1989 [2 tapes]
George Kelly, 1984
George Kelly and Willie Kamm, 1984
Kathleen Kelly [Connie Mack’s granddaughter]
Don Kessinger, 1997
Mark Koenig interview on 1927 Yankees [2 tapes]
Mark Koenig, 1984 [3 tapes]
Lou Krausse and Joel Sherman, 1987
John Kucks, 1993
Box
27 Sam Lacy
Elton Langford interview by H. Wheeler
Don Leppert, 2002
Paddy Livingston interview by Gene Murdock, 1974
Dario Lodigiani interview on Joe DiMaggio, 1988 [3 tapes]
Ted Lyons, 1985
Box
28 Connie McCambridge, 1987 [Connie Mack’s grandson, 2 tapes]
Alex McColl, 1990
Barney McCosky and Billy Sullivan Jr., 1991 [2 tapes]
Benny McCoy
Les McCrabb, 1991
Gil McDougald, 1994
Dennis McGillicuddy, 2005
Neil McGillicuddy, 1988 [Connie Mack’s nephew, 2 tapes]
Susie McGillicuddy
Connie Mack and Ernie Harwell, circa 1941
Red Smith on Connie Mack interview by Bill Wallace, 1975
Connie Mack interview with Bill Campbell
Sen. Mack readings
Connie Mack program, 1956
Box
29 Art McKennan interview by Ed Luteran, 1993
Tim McNamara, 1993
Mike Maddux
Ed Madjeski, 1986
Frank Malzone, 1992
Mike Marshall, 2003 [2 tapes]
[Don] Mattingly on media and baseball, 1995
John Vander Meer (bad tape)
Sam Mele, 1994
Memories of Arlington Stadium presented by Bizmart, c1993
Charlie Metro interview by Bill Marshall [2 tapes]
Mid-Atlantic Scouts Hall of Fame, Baltimore, 1993
Rudy Miller and Walter Anderson
[Wilmer Vinegar Bend] Mizell
Mary Moberly NPR program, Babe Ruth’s sister, 1991 [2 tapes]
Box
30 Mary Moberly NPR program, Babe Ruth’s sister, 1991
Joe Moore, 1984
Jim Moore readings and Bobby Estelella
Ray Morehart, 1985
Hank Morgenweck interview by Tom Harris, 1993
Wally Moses, 1989
Ray Mueller and Fred Frankhouse, 1986
Billy Myers, 1986
Negro Leagues panel [at] SABR [convention], 1994
Upper Deck Heroes of Baseball Tribute to Negro Leagues, Fenway Park, May 29, 1993
Rocky Nelson and Vinegar Bend Mizell, 1990
Hal Newhouser, 1984
Bill Nicholson, 1989
Bill Nicholson and Fox program
Box
31 Johnny Oates 1992 season, 1996 [16 tapes]
Box
32 Oates [2 tapes]
Old Timer’s Game Tribute to Dizzy Dean, 1974
Jesse Orosco, 1998
Mickey Owen [2 tapes]
Mel Parnell, 1993 [2 tapes]
Claude Passeau, 1993 [2 tapes]
Max Patkin on his career and the Eddie Gaedel game, recorded Memorial Stadium, Greensboro, NC, 1984
Max Patkin, 1989 [2 tapes]
Bob Paul [2 tapes]
Gabe Paul, 1988 [2 tapes]
Box
33 Eddie Pellagrini, 1992
Eddie Pellagrini, 1993
Rick Peterson, 2002
Babe Phelps, 1991 [2 tapes]
George Pipgras, 1985
Pitts, Leyland, Boch, Blass, Gwynn, Bell, G. Coleman
Nelson Poter
Shirley Povich, 1991 [3 tapes]
Ray Prim, 1994
Puckett
Box
34 Allen Richter (1951-1953 Red Sox) interview by Louis Jacobson, 1991
Cal Ripkin Jr., 2001
Cal Ripkin Jr., 1995 [2 tapes]
Cal Ripkin Jr. streak, 1995 [4 tapes]
Chuck Roberts [3 tapes]
Rachel Robinson, Spike Lee, 1995
John Roseboro
Harry Rosenberg, Cobb letter to Sam Chapman, 1995
Babe Ruth conference
Box
35 Players talk about Nolan Ryan
Alex Sabo interview by Tom Harris, 1993
Ed Sanicki interview by Tom Harris, 1993
Eddie Sawyer, 1991 [3 tapes]
Carl Scheib, 2006
John Schmitz, 1996
Hal Schumacher
Sonnny Senerchia interview by Tom Harris, 1993
Joe Sewell interview by Gene Murdock, 1977 [2 tapes]
Bobby Shantz
Box
36 Bob Shawkey interview by Gene Murdock, 1975 [2 tapes]
Tex Shirley interview by H. Wheeler
Roy Sievers
Hal Smith
Hal W. Smith, 2008
[Society for American Baseball Research] SABR 1992 [convention] Browns player panel, Cardinals player panel
SABR 1992 Cardinals player panel and Bing Devine
SABR 1993 San Diego player panel
SABR 1993 Kurt Bevaqua and Dick Williams
SABR 1993 player panel, 1984 Padres panel, Dick Williams
SABR 1995 panel on 1971 Pirates
SABR 1996 Feller and Fehr
SABR 1996 player panel
George Stanton, 1984
Bill Stern sports news reel with Connie Mack, 1946
Box
37 Pete Suder, 1988 [2 tapes]
Billy Sullivan Jr., 1990 [4 tapes]
Cook Sypher, 1993
Chuck Tanner, 1995
Bill Terry, 1985
Bud Thomas and Connie Mack III, 1987 [2 tapes]
Clarence Thomas, 1994 [2 tapes]
Helen Thomas, 1988 [Connie Mack’s niece, 2 tapes]
Ira Thomas [Connie Mack’s nephew, 3 tapes]
Box
38 Tommy Thomas, 1985
Chuck Thompson’s Greatest Hits, c1993
Chuck Thompson and Rex Barney
Tommy Thompson, scout, interviewed by Kevin Summers, 1992 [2 tapes]
Shag Thompson, 1987
Bob Thomson, 1992 [4 tapes]
Bobby Thomson interview by Tom Harris, 1993
Bob Turley, 2002 [2 tapes]
Box
39 Elmer Valo, 1988 [2 tapes]
Mickey Vernon, 1990
Bill Virdon, 1989
Charlie Wagner, 1991 [3 tapes]
Wait Till Next Year (DKG) [1998 book by Doris Kearns Goodwin]
Bucky Walters, 1986
Monte Weaver, 1991 [2 tapes]
Bill Werber, 1987
Burgess Whitehead, 1986
Jimmy Williams, 1993 [2 tapes]
Box
40 Ted Williams at SABR board meeting, 1986 [2 tapes]
Ted Williams,1987
Ted Williams readings of Roger Angell and Bart Giamatti
Whitey Witt
Jake Wood, 1993
Gene Woodling, 1989 [2 tapes]
Al Worthington, 2001
Bob Wright, 1990
Whitlow Wyatt, 1991
World Series game three, 1936
Yale-Princeton: Betty Constable
Yale-Princeton: Clare Curtin, 1987 [2 tapes]
Yale-Princeton: Jim DeAngelis, 1987
Yale-Princeton: Ben Delaney [2 tapes]
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41 Yale-Princeton: Fuller [2 tapes]
Yale-Princeton: Grosscup
Yale-Princeton: Kelley
Yale-Princeton: Gil Lea
Yale-Princeton: Roscoe [2 tapes]
Yale-Princeton: Meredith Scott, 1987 [2 tapes]
Yale-Princeton: Train [3 tapes]
Yale-Princeton: Kim Whitehead, 1987
Walter Youse on Reggie Jackson and scouting, 1993
Sal Yvars, Rex Barney at New York Detectives dinner, 1993
Joseph Zapustas, 1993
Box
43X Super Sox ’75 vinyl sound recording [1975]
And This One Belongs to the Red! vinyl sound recording, [1975]
Box
10 Two sound reels of World Series in Detroit, 1940
Football at Yale [VHS tape]

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