Headlining this group are Type I photos of Miller Huggins from 1927 Yankee spring training in St. Petersburg (3 x 4-3/4") and then Lou Gehrig in what appears to be a train dining car during the 1930s (8x10, blank-backed). Additional Type I HOFer news-service photos range from 6x7 to 8x10 and include: 1926 Tris Speaker, 1932 Billy Herman (Babe Ruth World Series "called shot" game), 1935 Kiki Cuyler, 1936 Rogers Hornsby, 1937 Home Run Baker, 1942 Joe Cronin, 1948 Dizzy Dean and 1957 Hank Greenberg/Early Wynn.
There are also 19 1960s Cooperstown-related HOFer photos (8x10) that appear to categorize as Types II and III, with a few Type I examples possibly in the mix.
Lastly, there's a 1960 Ted Williams Type III.
Typical peripheral handling wear throughout from publication usage, except for the EX-MT photos from Cooperstown.