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Iola, Kansas, 1922

Bloomin' Baseball Beauties: 1922

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Vintage Baseballs, 9 up.
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Nine Vintage Baseballs

Vintage Baseballs, 9 up.

The first Vassar College baseball team, 1866
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Card 6, from the Girl Baseball Players series (N48, Type 1) for Virginia Brights Cigarettes Issued by Allen & Ginter (American, Richmond, Virginia) Date: 1886 Medium: Albumen photograph
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Issued by Allen & Ginter | Card 6, from the Girl Baseball Players series (N48, Type 1) for Virginia Brights Cigarettes | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Inscription: Printed text on image at lower left: B No. 6.Printed text along lower edge of card: Virginia Brights Cigarettes.[Verso of card not visible as pasted onto album page]

vintage baseball adv - Google Search

vintage baseball adv - Google Search

realbroad: From the Girl Baseball Players series for Virginia Brights cigarettes, 1886
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realbroad: “ From the Girl Baseball Players series for Virginia Brights cigarettes, 1886 ”

Card 1, from the Girl Baseball Players series (N48, Type 2) for Virginia Brights Cigarettes Issued by Allen & Ginter (American, Richmond, Virginia) Date: 1886 Medium: Albumen photograph
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Issued by Allen & Ginter | Card 1, from the Girl Baseball Players series (N48, Type 2) for Virginia Brights Cigarettes | The Met

Trade cards from the "Girl Baseball Players" series (N48), issued in 1886 by Allen & Ginter to promote Virginia Brights and Dixie Cigarettes. There are two types of card in the series. Type 1 shows a female baseball player in a uniform with a polka dotted bib, and most often the cards are numbered

Annabelle Lee during her time with the Fort Wayne Daisies of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). As the photo says Annabelle was the only player to pitch a perfect game in the 12 year history of the league. Annabelle is the aunt of Boston Red Sox and Montreal Expos Pitching legend Bill Spaceman Lee. (90 ft of Perfection)

Discount Softball Pitching Machines Free Shipping

Discount softball machines for all ages Free Shipping Slow or Fast pitch softball.

Man kissing woman while woman baseball umpire shows rulebook

Man kissing woman while woman baseball umpire shows rulebook

Divided Back Postcard Man kissing woman while woman baseball umpire shows rulebook Threesomes

A well preserved baseball from the 1870s.
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19th Century Antique Baseballs - 1800's Baseballs

Vintage antique baseballs from the 19th century.

Card 7, from the Girl Baseball Players series (N48, Type 1) for Virginia Brights Cigarettes Issued by Allen & Ginter (American, Richmond, Virginia) Date: 1886 Medium: Albumen photograph Dimensions: Sheet: 2 3/4 x 1 3/8 in. (7 x 3.5 cm) Classification: Photographs
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Issued by Allen & Ginter | Card 7, from the Girl Baseball Players series (N48, Type 1) for Virginia Brights Cigarettes | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Inscription: Printed text on image at lower left: B No. 7.Printed text along lower edge of card: Virginia Brights Cigarettes.[Verso of card not visible as pasted onto album page]

[Unidentified women’s baseball team]
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[Unidentified women’s baseball team]

Repository: California Historical Society Date: undated Format: Photographic print: b&w; 23 x 18 cm. Digital object ID: CHS2014.1701 Preferred Citation: [Unidentified women’s baseball team], courtesy, California Historical Society, CHS2014.1701 Online finding aid: www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt2j49q0s2/

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Boston Bloomer girls baseball team arrives in Oregon (1908).
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