Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
This is a scrapbook compiled by Alphonse Case (A.C.) “Phonney” Martin concerning the invention of the curve ball. This scrapbook consists of typed manuscript pages, clippings, correspondence, and handwritten notes, dated between 1845 and 1933.
This is a collection of individual files of Negro League players, executives and others associated with the Negro Leagues. Also included is correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings, programs, and statistics.
A collection of 25 scrapbooks relating to the career of Babe Ruth between 1921 and 1935. These were created by his manager, Christy Walsh.
A collection of research files relating to women in baseball created and compiled by Barbara Gregorich over a span of years.
A collection of research files, scorecards, micro-cassettes, and photographs created by Bill Madden over the span of his career.
A collection of research material created and compiled by Brian "Chip" Martin in the writing of his book on Pud Galvin.
A collection of poems, newspaper articles, and correspondence relating to the poem "Casey at the Bat", 1904 to 2000.
A collection of correspondence, telegrams, and newspaper clippings relating to African American baseball players integration into Major League Baseball. This collection is dated from 1937 to 1980.
A collection of Seattle Mariners amateur scouting reports created between 1986 and 2001.
The Wendell Smith papers include correspondence and newspaper columns written by Smith for the Pittsburgh Courier and the Chicago's American. These papers document Smith's direct and indirect support of the candidacy of Jackie Robinson as the first Black American to play in the National or American League in the 20th Century.