WorldCat Identities
Fri Mar 21 17:12:04 2014 UTClccn-no950219320.00Lou Gehrig Scrapbooks0.151.00I can't get to first base with you /38958306no 95021932ゲーリッグ, エレノアlccn-n78095624Gehrig, Lou1903-1941lccn-n79055863Durso, Josephlccn-n83213554Neal, Patricia1926-2010lccn-no94017668Worldvision Home Video Inclccn-n83039907Charles Fries Productionslccn-no2012082863Herrmann, Edwardlccn-n83151608Danner, Blythelccn-n81118918New York Yankees (Baseball team)lccn-n92083345Fisher, Fred1875-1942lccn-n79141360Ruth, Babe1895-1948Gehrig, EleanorMusicBaseballGehrig, Lou,Gehrig, EleanorNew York Yankees (Baseball team)Baseball playersPopular musicJapanChicago Cubs (Baseball team)New York Giants (Baseball team)Wright, Teresa,Cooper, Gary,Ruppert, Jacob,World Series (Baseball)Columbia UniversityRuth, Babe,193519761977197819851987559713796.3570924GV865.G4371ocn003712495book19770.14Gehrig, EleanorMy Luke and I22ocn834704853book19780.47Gehrig, EleanorRū gēritsugu den21ocn506494255score19351.00Gehrig, EleanorI can't get to first base with youMusic11ocn052006177mixPride of the Yankees prop scrapbook :A prop scrapbook created by MGM Studios with assistance from Eleanor Gehrig for the movie "Pride of the Yankees". The scrapbook contains ficticious newspaper clippings, newspaper photos, magazine photos, and correspondence. Items of note include reproductions of correspondence between Gehrig and his wife, Gehrig's marriage certificate and school diplomas. Headlines with Gary Cooper and Teresa Wright from the movie are also included4981ocn001991153book19760.14Gehrig, EleanorMy Luke and I142ocn032153041visu19850.20A Love affair the Eleanor and Lou Gehrig storyDramaA true drama about the love affair of baseball immortal Lou Gehrig and his wife Eleanor33ocn070279375mixGehrig, EleanorLou Gehrig Scrapbooks :Two scrapbooks created by Eleanor Gehrig, concentrating on the career of her husband, Lou Gehrig. The volumes contain newspaper clippings, newspaper photos, magazine articles, magazine photos, black-and-white photos, cartoons, correspondence, game accounts, box scores, etc. Items of note in vol. 1 include a few black-and-white photos of Gehrig and his wife, a reproduction photo of Gehrig's 1922 high school football team mounted on card board, articles on Gehrig playing football and baseball at Columbia University, and articles on Gehrigs minor league career. Items of note in vol. 2 include black-and-white photos of Gehrig in Egypt, Italy, and at the opening of the movie "Pride of the Yankees", articles about the end of his streak, his illness, and his death11ocn047324803book19780.47Gehrig, EleanorRū gēritsugu den11ocn047294733mixGehrig, LouLetter, [1939-1941], from Lou Gehrig to his wife Eleanor regarding his conversation with Joe McCarthy and his decision to take himself out of the lineup for a temporary rest. A transcript of the letter is included. The library holds only the first page of the letter. The letter is on the stationary of the Book Cadillac Hotel in Detroit. It is not dated but was most likely written on the May 3, 1939 the day after Gehrig and Manager Joe McCarthy met in a Detroit hotel room and Gehrig asked to be pulled from the lineup. Hall of Fame librarians originally thought that the letter was written after Gehrig was diagnosed with ALS. That diagnosis occurred on June 12 in Rochester, MN, and so it is unlikely that this letter refers to the diagnosis. More likely, Gerhig is referring to his voluntary pulling himself out of the lineup and ending his streak of 2130 consecutive games playedFri Mar 21 15:33:36 EDT 2014batch6066