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Early 1900s Kansas Baseball Cabinet of Player

Lot Number 542

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The city of Howard, Kansas is located near the southeastern corner of the state. With a population that's never surpassed 1,100 citizens it appears that baseball once played an integral part in community activities. This crystal clear early 1900s cabinet was published by Thompson of Howard, Kansas. The black-and-white player portrayal is adhered to a sturdy gray mount which measures to overall 4-1/4 x 6-1/2" dimensions. Despite limited foxing and a reverse stain, the player's image remains bright and attractive. The name "Jeff Jackson" is faintly inscribed on the back in pencil. Whether that's the name of the owner or player, such is a question that probably can't be answered.

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