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[Art Pennington Scrapbook, 1940-1959

Author: Art Pennington
Edition/Format:   Book   Archival Material : English
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Scrapbook includes newspaper clippings and photographs documenting Pennington's personal life and playing career during the 1940s and 1950s. These items document his tenure with the Chicago American Giants, the Puebla club of the Mexican League, Caribbean winter league teams and American minor league teams including Keokuk and Cedar Rapids of the Three-I League, Modesto of the California League, St. Petersburg of  Read more...
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Named Person: Roy Campanella; Piper Davis; Larry Doby; Sal Maglie; Don Newcombe
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Art Pennington
OCLC Number: 38926272
Description: 1 v. .25 linear feet.
Responsibility: compiled by Art Pennington.].

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Scrapbook includes newspaper clippings and photographs documenting Pennington's personal life and playing career during the 1940s and 1950s. These items document his tenure with the Chicago American Giants, the Puebla club of the Mexican League, Caribbean winter league teams and American minor league teams including Keokuk and Cedar Rapids of the Three-I League, Modesto of the California League, St. Petersburg of the Florida State League as well as others. Of note are photographs and clippings (many in Spanish) relating to the Puebla team in 1946 that included Sal Maglie, photographs of the Chicago American Giants and other African American players, photographs and clippings from the Winter Leagues including games in Havana, and material on the minor leagues in the 1950s. Also included are family photographs including each of his five wives.

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