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Lou Gehrig scrapbooks: scrapbook, 1920-1942.

Author: Eleanor Gehrig
Publisher: 1920-1942
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : EnglishView all editions and formats
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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  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Scrapbooks
Clippings
Black-and-white photographs
cartoons
Correspondence
Named Person: Lou Gehrig; Eleanor Gehrig; Eleanor Gehrig; Lou Gehrig
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Eleanor Gehrig
OCLC Number: 70279375
Notes: Vol. 1 has a black cover with "BL-268.56 Clippings and photographs re Gehrig's career in high school and college football and baseball, minor league experience and career with Yankees through 1936 and "Lou Gehrig" in gold lettering written on the cover. Vol. 2 has a black cover with "Lou Gehrig" written in gold lettering on it. Binding is fair on both volumes, support pages and newspaper articles acidic and many of the clippings are partially or completely loose from pages. Rubber cememt most likely used to adhere the clippings; there is bleed through on the articles. Shadowing from facing articles.
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. Andover, MA : Northeast Document Conservation Center, 2006. 3 microfilm reels.
Description: scrapbook v.1 (.64 cu. ft.)300 scrapbook v.2 (.51 cu. ft.)

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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 death.

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