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These Autographs were collected by my Father over his lifetime! Stowe Vintage will feature Autographs of Hollywood Stars, Political Autographs, President's Autographs, Sports Autographs, Military Autographs, Entertainment Autographs, Authors Autographs, Historical Autographs, and More! Comes with a COA. Contact us at 802-253-7000 or stovint08@gmail.com.


 

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ANNETTE KELLERMAN AUTOGRAPH

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Annette Marie Sarah Kellerman was born July 6, 1886 - died November 6, 1975.  Annette was an Australian professional swimmer, vaudeville star, film actress and writer.

She was one of the first women to wear a one-piece bathing costume, instead of the then accepted pantaloons.  Kellerman is often credited for inventing the sport of synchronised swimming after her 1907 performance of the first water ballet in a glass tank at the New York Hippodrome.  Annette Kellerman has a star on the

Hollywood Walk of Fame.  Original Annette Kellerman Autograph, signed on a 3 x 5 inch Index Card.  She has written: Kindest Thoughts from "Down Under" Australia 

Annette Kellerman.  Price - $ 695.00.


CONNIE MACK AUTOGRAPH

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Cornelius Alexander Mack was born December 22, 1862 – died February 8, 1956.  Mack was born Cornelius Alexander McGillicuddy, was an American professional baseball player, manager, and team owner. Considered one of the greatest managers in Major League Baseball history, he holds records for wins, losses, and games managed. He managed the Philadelphia Athletics for 50 consecutive seasons. Besides his five World Series wins and nine American League pennants, Mack's teams also finished last 17 times. Born in East Brookfield, Massachusetts to Irish immigrants, Mack was a journeyman catcher who played 11 seasons in the National League beginning in 1886, the last three as a player-manager with the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1894 to 1896. In 1901, he became manager, general manager and part owner of the fledgling American League's Philadelphia Athletics. When New York Giants manager John McGraw called the Athletics "a white elephant nobody wanted," Mack adopted a white elephant as the team's logo, which the Athletics have used for all but a few years since. He also cut a distinctive figure himself with his personal rejection of wearing a team uniform in favour of a business suit, tie and fedora. He later became a full partner with Athletics owner Ben Shibe. Under an agreement with Shibe, Mack had full control over baseball matters while Shibe handled the business side. When Shibe died in 1922, his sons took over management of the business side. When the last of Shibe's sons died in 1936, Mack became the full owner.


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Original Connie Mack Autograph signed on a pale pink card stock. Dated 1931. Approx. size 2 1/2 x 3 7/8 inches. Regular Price - $ 1399.99 / Sale Price - $ 395.00.


EDDIE ROMMEL AUTOGRAPH

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Edwin Americus Rommel was born September 13, 1897 - died August 26, 1970.  Rommel was an American right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball who spent his entire career with the Philadelphia Athletics from 1920 to 1932. He is considered to be the "father" of the modern knuckleball. After retiring as a player he went on to have a successful second career as a major league umpire. Rommel became an aide to Maryland governor J. Millard Tawes after retiring as an umpire. He died in Baltimore after a lengthy illness at age 72.


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Original Eddie Rommel Autograph, Signed on Cut Paper. Approx. size 2 1/8 x 5 1/8 inches. Regular Price - $ 395.00 / Sale Price - $ 148.00.


LEFTY GROVE AUTOGRAPH

 

Robert Moses "Lefty" Grove was born March 6, 1900 - died May 22, 1975.  Grove was one of the greatest pitchers in Major League Baseball history. Born in Lonaconing, Maryland, Grove was a sandlot star in the Baltimore area during the 1910s. His performance caught the eye of Jack Dunn, the owner of the minor league Baltimore Orioles, who also discovered Babe Ruth. Grove joined the Orioles in 1920 and embarked on an epic minor league career which saw him regarded by some as one of the best pitchers in baseball, even before he ever threw a pitch in the majors. Breaking into the team's pitching rotation at midseason, Grove posted a 12-2 record. Over the next four seasons, he posted marks of 25-10, 18-8, 27-10 and 27-6, leading the International League in strikeouts every season. Grove remained in the minor leagues through 1924 because Dunn, who ran an independent operation with no major-league affiliation, refused several offers from the majors to acquire him. Finally, early in 1925, Dunn agreed to sell Grove's rights to the Philadelphia Athletics for $100,500, the highest amount ever paid for a player at the time. He battled injuries as a rookie and posted only a 10-13 record, despite leading the league in strikeouts. Grove then settled down in 1926 and won the first of a record nine earned run average (ERA) titles with a mark of 2.51. In 1927, Grove won 20 games for the first time and a year later, he led the league in wins with 24. In 1999, Grove ranked number 23 on The Sporting News' list of the 100 Greatest Baseball Players of all time. He was the second highest-ranked left-handed pitcher, after Warren Spahn. That same year, Grove was elected to the Major League Baseball All-Century Team.


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Original Lefty Grove Autograph, signed on Cut Lined Paper. Dated 1931. Cigar band included, (my father would ask for a cigar band along with the request for an autograph). Approx. size 3 1/8 x 4 3/4 inches. Regular Price - $ 295.00 / Sale Price - $ 195.00.


YOGI BERRA AUTOGRAPHED FLY LEAF

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Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra was born May 12, 1925 in St. Louis, Missouri.  Yogi is a former Major League Baseball player and manager. He played almost his entire career for the New York Yankees and was elected to the baseball Hall of Fame in 1972. He was one of only four players to be named the Most Valuable Player of the American League three times, and one of only six managers to lead both American and National League teams to the World Series.


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Original Yogi Berra Autograph, signed on a Fly Leaf from the Yogi Book. Approx. size 5 1/2 x 9 inches. Regular Price - $ 275.00 / Sale Price - $ 98.00.


PHIL RIZZUTO AUTOGRAPHED POST CARD

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Philip Francis Rizzuto was born September 25, 1917 – Died August 13, 2007.  Phil Rizzuto nicknamed "The Scooter", was an American shortstop in Major League Baseball who spent his entire career from 1941 to 1956 with the New York Yankees. He was named the American League's Most Valuable Player in 1950 after leading the team to its second consecutive pennant with a .324 batting average; he had been MVP runnerup the previous year. Rizzuto led the AL in double plays three times and in putouts and fielding percentage twice each. His 1,217 career double plays ranked second in major league history when he retired, trailing only Luke Appling's total of 1,424, and his .968 career fielding average trailed only Lou Boudreau's mark of .973 among AL shortstops. He also ranked fifth in AL history in games at shortstop (1,647), eighth in putouts (3,219) and total chances (8,148), and ninth in assists (4,666). A popular figure on a team dynasty which captured 10 AL titles in his 13 seasons, Rizzuto played in nine World Series, winning seven. At the time of his last game, he had appeared in the most World Series games ever (52), a record soon surpassed by five of his Yankees teammates. Rizzuto still holds numerous World Series records for shortstops, including the most career games played, singles, walks, times on base, stolen bases, at-bats, putouts, assists and double plays. Rizzuto later enjoyed a 40-year career as a radio and television sports announcer for the Yankees, becoming known for his popular but idiosyncratic style. He was inducted to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1994, having been selected by a Veterans Committee vote.


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Original Phil Rizzuto " Scooter " Autograph, signed on a National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum Cooperstown, New York Philip Rizzuto Post Card. Approx. size 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Regular Price - $ 125.00 / Sale Price - $ 64.95.


JOE DIMAGGIO AUTOGRAPH

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Joseph Paul DiMaggio born Giuseppe Paolo DiMaggio, Jr.. Joe DiMaggio was born on November 25, 1914 in Martinez, California - Died March 8, 1999 in Hollywood, Florida. DiMaggio was an American baseball player, and the brother of Vince DiMaggio and Dom DiMaggio. A member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, DiMaggio was a 3-time MVP winner and 13-time All-Star (the only player to be selected for the All-Star Game in every season he played).  At the time of his retirement, he had the fifth-most career home runs (361) and sixth-highest slugging percentage (.579) in history. He is perhaps best known for his 56-game hitting streak (May 15–July 16, 1941), a record which still stands. A 1969 poll conducted to coincide with the centennial of professional baseball voted him the sport's greatest living player. DiMaggio enlisted in the United States Army Air Forces on 17 February 1943, rising to the rank of sergeant. He was stationed at Santa Ana, California; Hawaii; and Atlantic City, New Jersey as a physical education instructor.  According to her autobiography, Marilyn Monroe originally did not want to meet DiMaggio, fearing that he was a stereotypical arrogant athlete.  They eloped at San Francisco City Hall on January 14, 1954.  He was also linked to Liz Renay, Cleo Moore, Marlene Dietrich, and Gloria DeHaven during this period, and to Elizabeth Ray and Morgan Fairchild years later, but he never publicly confirmed any involvement with any woman. He quit his job with a military post-exchange supplier on 1 August 1962 to ask her to remarry him; she was found dead on August 5. Her death was deemed a probable suicide but has been the subject of endless conspiracy theories. Devastated, he claimed her body and arranged her funeral, barring Hollywood's elite. He had a half-dozen red roses delivered 3 times a week to her crypt for 20 years. 


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Original Joe DiMaggio Autograph, signed on a 3 x 5 inch Index Card. Regular Price - $ 380.00 / Sale Price - $ 198.00.


CARL HUBBELL AUTOGRAPH

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Carl Owen Hubbell was born June 22, 1903 – died November 21, 1988.  Hubbell was a left-handed screwball pitcher in Major League Baseball who played with the New York Giants in the National League from 1928 to 1943. In the 1934 All-Star game played at the Polo Grounds, Hubbell set a record by striking out in succession five batters destined for Cooperstown: Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, Al Simmons and Joe Cronin. In 1984, the 50th anniversary of this legendary performance, the National League pitchers Fernando Valenzuela and Dwight Gooden combined to fan six batters in a row for a new All-Star Game record (future Hall of Famers Dave Winfield, Reggie Jackson, and George Brett by Valenzuela; Lance Parrish, Chet Lemon, and Alvin Davis by Gooden). Hubbell himself was on hand for the 1984 All-Star Game at San Francisco's Candlestick Park to throw out the first pitch (a screwball).


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Original Carl Hubbell Autograph, signed on an index card. Approx. size 3 x 5 inches. Regular Price - $ 105.00 / Sale Price - $ 45.00.


AL LOPEZ AUTOGRAPH

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Alfonso Ramon "Al" Lopez was born August 20, 1908 – died October 30, 2005.  Lopez was an American catcher and manager in Major League Baseball and the son of immigrants from Asturias, Spain who went to Cuba, then settled in Tampa's Spanish-speaking Ybor City section. He established a major league record for career games as a catcher, and later became the only manager to interrupt the New York Yankees' string of American League pennants from 1949 to 1964. With a .584 career winning percentage, he ranks 4th in major league history among managers of at least 2000 games, behind Joe McCarthy (.615), Frank Selee (.598) and John McGraw (.586). Over the course of 15 full seasons as manager, he never had a losing record. Born in Ybor City in Tampa, Florida, the son of a cigar factory worker, Lopez' baseball career began with the local team, the Tampa Smokers, in 1924.  Lopez was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1977. In 1954, Al Lopez Field in his hometown of Tampa was named in his honor. He was later ejected from a spring training exhibition game at that field after yelling at an umpire. The Field was razed in 1989, and its former location is now the south end zone of Raymond James Stadium. Al Lopez Park, formerly Horizon Park north of the stadium, was renamed in his honor in 1992, and a statue of him was erected there. Lopez died in Tampa at the age of 97, just four days after the White Sox won the World Series for the first time in 88 years, in their first pennant-winning season since Lopez led the 1959 team. He had been hospitalized for a heart attack, suffered two days earlier at his son's home. He was the longest-lived member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, and the last living major leaguer to play in the 1920s. Original Al Lopez Autograph, signed on a Paper (a page from an Autograph Book). Approx. Size 4 1/2 x 6 inches. Regular Price - $ 75.00 / Sale Price - $ 36.00.


EDD J. ROUSH AUTOGRAPH

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Edd J. Roush was born May 8, 1893 - died March 21, 1988.  Roush was a left-handed Major League Baseball player. He played the majority of his career in center field. Roush made his Major League debut on August 20, 1913 for the Chicago White Sox. He switched to the fledgling Federal League in 1914 and spent one season with the Indianapolis Hoosiers and one season with the Newark Peppers. He returned to the Majors in 1916 and split the season between the New York Giants and the Cincinnati Reds. With the Reds from 1917 to 1926, Roush never batted below .321 and was an instrumental part of the team's World Series championship in 1919. He won the batting title in 1917 and 1919. His best career year in batting average was 1921, when he batted .352. He also led the leagues in Slugging average (.455) in 1918, in Doubles (41) in 1923, and in Triples (21) in 1924. He was renowned as having the best arm of any outfielder in his era. He held out most of the 1922 season over a salary dispute. Roush played for the New York Giants again from 1927 until 1929 and rejoined the Cincinnati Reds for a single season in 1931 before retiring. He sat out the 1930 season over a salary dispute. Roush finished his 18-year career with a .323 lifetime average, 268 stolen bases and 182 triples. He never struck out more than 25 times in a season and had 30 inside-the-park home runs. Roush, who used a massive 48-ounce Louisville Slugger (the heaviest bat used in baseball), claims that he never broke a bat in his big league career. Roush was selected into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962 (chosen with Bill McKechnie). He is also a member of the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame, being inducted in 1960. Considered the greatest player in Reds' history at the time, he was invited to throw out the first ball at the last game at Crosley Field on June 24, 1970. Joe Morgan called Roush "the best of us all". He died at the age of 94, still insisting that, even if the White Sox had played the 1919 World Series on the level, the Reds would have won. At the time of his death on March 21, 1988 in Bradenton, Florida, Edd Roush was the last surviving Federal League participant. In 1981, Lawrence Ritter and Donald Honig included him in their book The 100 Greatest Baseball Players of All Time.


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Original Edd J. Roush Autograph, signed on an index card. Approx. size 3 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches. Regular Price - $ 115.00 / Sale Price - $ 74.95.


HERB BRIEFCASE SIMPSON AUTOGRAPHS

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Herbert Harold Simpson was born August 29, 1920 in Hahnville, Louisiana - Nickname: Briefcase Simpson. Baseball Career Highlights: "When I returned home from the Army after World War II, I began playing pro ball with the Seattle Steelheads, in the Pacific Coast League. I played with them until the end of the season. An all-star team was picked to go to Hawaii. I was a member of that team, which was called the All Star Cincinnati Crescents." "Luke Easter, Piper Davis, "Goose" Tatum, Paul Hardy, John Markham, Lefty McGinnis, Joseph Wiley, Green Farmer, Sherwood Brewer, Ulysses Redd, Collins Jones, Mike Red Berry and Walter Burch were on that team as well. We played 16 games over a period of 25 days. We won 15 of those games before returning to San Francisco. This time we were playing in Oakland, California. I was hitting in the fifth spot; Luke Easter was in the fourth spot. The teams we competed against would walk Easter to pitch to me. Luke was large and I was small. During one game, Luke called 'time' to inform me that the pitcher would walk him so he could pitch to me. Luke told me to 'hit the ball out of the park.' It was just my luck; the hit was a triple. I ran so hard that I nearly ran over Luke as I was running around the bases." Professional/Personal Accomplishments: "On August 13, 1954, I got married at home plate. At the time, I was playing with the Oakland Acorns, a Triple A team in the Pacific Coast League. In 1955, I was called home to Louisiana because a highway was going through my property line. Attending to that business took so long that I had to quit the league." "In 1955,1 worked at the John Mansville Corporation for 3-1/2 years, then at the Orleans Parish School Board for 20 years and with the State of Louisiana for 10 years. Currently, I am a deacon at First Free Mission Baptist Church of Algiers, a member of Pride of Algiers Lodge #102 Free and Accepted Masons, Golden Gate Lodge Elks IBPOEW, American Legion Post 554 VFW 2304, Old- Timers Baseball Club and the Negro League Legends in Cooperstown, New York." Herb Briefcase Simpson Autographs, signed on an index card & on a Clipping of the Pelicans New Orleans Herbert Simpson. Approx. size: Index Card 3 x 5 inches & Clipping 2 3/8 x 3 1/4 inches. Regular Price - 70.00 / Sale Price - $ 44.95.


GENE TUNNEY AUTOGRAPHED LETTER

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James Joseph "Gene" Tunney was born May 25, 1897 – died November 7, 1978.  Tunney was the heavyweight boxing champion from 1926-28 who defeated Jack Dempsey twice, first in 1926 and then in 1927. Tunney's successful title defense against Dempsey is one of the most famous bouts in boxing history and is known as The Long Count Fight. Tunney retired as a heavyweight after his victory over Tom Heeney in 1928. Tunney, who in World War I served in the U.S. Marines, had only one loss in his entire professional career — a 15 round decision to Harry Greb for the American Light Heavyweight title, a defeat that he later avenged in four more fights against Greb. He was regarded as an extremely skillful boxer who excelled in defense. In addition to beating Dempsey, the most famous fighter of his era, Tunney defeated Tommy Loughran, Tommy Gibbons, Georges Carpentier, and many other fine boxers. Tunney also had a brief acting career, starring in the movie The Fighting Marine in 1926. Unfortunately, no prints of this film are known to exist. Original Letter & Autograph of Gene Tunney, Addressed to my Father(Frank Tricker). The letter is in response to a request made by my Father, asking for an autograph & a cigar band. Not shown in our photo is the Letter Head which reads: GENE TUNNEY 230 PARK AVENUE NEW YORK. Approx. size 7 1/4 x 10 3/8 inches. Regular Price - $ 499.99 / Sale Price - $ 295.00.