Roberto Clemente scrapbook : scrapbook, [1973-1974].


Roberto Clemente scrapbook : scrapbook, [1973-1974].

Roberto Clemente scrapbook : scrapbook, [1973-1974].

Scrapbook contains clippings related to the death of Roberto Clemente. Items of note include portraits of Clemente, articles about Clemente's death, and articles about Clemente's election in to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

1 scrapbook (.10 cu. ft.)

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Clemente, Roberto, 1934-1972 (person)

Roberto Clemente was born in Puerto Rico on August 18, 1934. He relocated to the mainland United States in 1954 after playing two years of Puerto Rican baseball. After a short stint with the Montreal Royals, he was singed by the Pittsburgh Pirates. While on the Pirates he experienced racism from teammates and media. In 1958, Clemente joined the United States Marine Corps Reserve; he was a private first class in the Marine Corps Reserve until September 1964. While on a charity mission to deliver ...

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