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  • Subject: baseball players
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    • Ty Cobb

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated, ca. 1912-1913) of Ty Cobb (1886-1961), Hall of Fame outfielder for the Detroit Tigers. Cobb played 22 seasons with the Tigers, the last six as player-manager. He set ninety major league records, several of which remain...
    • Cobb, Ty
    • Bill Donovan

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (dated ca. 1916) of Major League pitcher and player-manager William Edward 'Wild Bill' Donovan (1876-1923). Donovan played a total of 18 seasons with the Washington Senators (1898), Brooklyn Superbas (1899-1902), Detroit Tigers...
    • Donovan, Bill
    • Willie Keeler

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Hall of Fame right fielder William Henry 'Willie' Keeler (1872-1923), who played for the Baltimore Orioles, Brooklyn Superbas and New York Highlanders during a Major League career that spanned eighteen years...
    • Keeler, Willie
    • John J. McGraw, ca. 1912

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (dated ca. 1912) of John Joseph McGraw (1873-1934), professional baseball player and long-time manager of the New York Giants. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937. McGraw is second only to Connie Mack for the...
    • McGraw, John Joseph
    • Stephen F. O'Neill engrossing, 1920

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Color engrossing (dated 1920) by artist P. W. Costello. The engrossing depicts resolutions adopted by the people of Minooka (Pa.) in honor of Cleveland Indians baseball player Stephen F. O'Neill, a former resident of the town. The testimonial,...
    • O'Neill, Stephen F., 1920
    • Steve O'Neill, ca. 1920

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing portrait (dated ca. 1920) of Steve O'Neill (1891-1962) former Major League catcher and manager and a native of Minooka, Pennsylvania. O'Neill caught all seven games for the Cleveland Indians when they won the 1920 World Series....
    • O'Neill, Steve
    • Hans (Honus) Wagner

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Watercolor portrait (undated, ca. 1908-1909) of Johannes (Honus) Wagner (1874-1955), Hall of Fame shortstop for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Wagner was nicknamed 'The Flying Dutchman' for his speed on the bases. He won eight batting titles during his...
    • Wagner, Hans

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