Hank Aaron Scrapbooks : scrapbooks, 1958 - 1974.

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Hank Aaron 1934 - . Hank Aaron Scrapbooks : scrapbooks, 1958 - 1974.

Hank Aaron Scrapbooks : scrapbooks, 1958 - 1974.

A three-volume set of scrapbooks relating to Aaron's career with the Atlanta Braves, primarily covering the 1973 and 1974 seasons. Volume 1 contains clippings and telegrams relating to Aaron being honored by his hometown in the spring 1974. Articles and telegrams to Aaron after hitting home run #714 and #715. Volume 2 covers the 1974 season of the Braves and Aaron but has articles on all teams. This volume does have some ticket stubs glued to a page as well as a signed one dollar bill signed by Roy Campanella. Volume 3 is mainly 1973 and 1974 but there are some articles going back to 1958.

1 scrapbook (615mm x 500mm x 80mm)1 scrapbook (610mm x 400mm x 105mm)q scrapbook (605mm x 405mm x 65mm)

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