Shortly after our cross-country move it became financially necessary to sell my car. My wife was underemployed; I was unemployed. Following the sale, I experienced a sense of loss and grief. 522 more words
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Before beginning today’s blog entry, a quick update on the “Name That Player” contest: Keep the guesses coming (but please, try and include photographic proof). We’ve gotten a lot of suggestions, but thus far just one or two that we think might be possibilities. 357 more words
Time for a contest.
In our upcoming auction, we’ll be featuring this absolutely spectacular postcard. It depicts three players, horsing around on the baseball field during Spring Training, an image we feel truly illustrates the ideas behind “Love of the Game.” 515 more words
The 1935 National Chicle football set is undoubtedly one of the most popular and certainly one of the most important football sets ever manufactured. The set contains some of the game’s bigest names, and includes the first card of virtually every key subject in the set. 272 more words