NBHOF Scrapbook : scrapbook, 1966.


National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. NBHOF Scrapbook : scrapbook, 1966.

NBHOF Scrapbook : scrapbook, 1966.

A collection of newspaper articles relating to the Baseball Hall of Fame induction and Hall of Fame game for 1966. Artilces on Sandy Koufax winning player of the year and the Babe Ruth Award. Various articles on donated items and the Hall of Fame's 2,500,000th visitor.

1 scrapbook (378mm x 310mm x 43mm)

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