Waite Hoyt Scrapbook : scrapbook, 1916 - 1959.


Waite Hoyt 1899 - 1984. Waite Hoyt Scrapbook : scrapbook, 1916 - 1959.

Waite Hoyt Scrapbook : scrapbook, 1916 - 1959.

A collection of newspaper articles relating to Waite Hoyt's career. This scrapbook contains newspaper articles, photos, telegrams, an invitation to the NYY Old Timers game of 1959 and a 1948 NYY Silver Anniversary Dinner program with signatures inside.

1 scrapbook (430mm x 290mm x 130mm)

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