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Old 01-22-2019, 09:15 PM   #3301
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Arlington Henderson

Arlington Henderson was a catcher with the 1953 Pittsburgh Crawfords. He is shown here with the Rosetown Phillies of the Saskatchewan semi-pro league. The photo is from the Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix of May 17, 1954.
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Old 01-24-2019, 08:23 AM   #3302
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Frank Duncan III

Like his father and grandfather of the same name, Frank Duncan III also played in the Negro Leagues, but for a shorter stint. Frank III was a pitcher with the Kansas City Monarchs for one game in 1941 and with the Baltimore Elite Giants for six games in 1945. The photo on the left is from the seamheads.com website. The photo on the right is from a team photo of the 1940 Monarchs and shows Frank III when he was still a batboy for the team. He made his playing debut at age 21 the next year.
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Old 01-24-2019, 03:21 PM   #3303
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Red Ellis

Red Ellis was a pitcher with the Philadelphia Bacharach Giants in 1932. The photo is from the seamheads.com website.
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Old 01-27-2019, 04:55 PM   #3304
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Crescencio Ferrer was a catcher with the 1915 Havana Reds. The photo is from the seamheads.com website.
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Old 01-27-2019, 07:29 PM   #3305
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Ervin Ford aka Erwin Ford

Ervin Ford was an outfielder with the Indianapolis Clowns in 1951. He then launched a minor league career, becoming the first Afro-American player with the Appleton Papermakers in 1952. He returned to the Clowns for 1954 and 1955. Then he was back into the minors with El Paso in 1956. The photo shows him with the El Paso Texans, and is from the El Paso Times of July 15, 1956. Some sources identify him as Erwin Ford.

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Old 01-28-2019, 12:23 PM   #3306
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Oran Frazier

Oran Frazier was an infielder with the Montgomery Grey Sox in 1932. The photo is from the Pittsburgh Courier of October 31, 1931. It shows Oran as the quarterback and captain of the Alabama State University Hornets football team.
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Old 01-31-2019, 01:05 PM   #3307
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Cuneo Galvez

Candido "Cuneo" Galvez was a pitcher with the Cuban Giants in 1932. I have also seen his formal first name expressed as Facundo, and his nickname as "Cundo." The photo is from the seamheads.com website.
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Old 02-02-2019, 02:26 PM   #3308
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Excuse me if I am a dunce, but are these available in a collection somewhere?
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Old 02-06-2019, 04:04 PM   #3309
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Excuse me if I am a dunce, but are these available in a collection somewhere?
Sorry, but these have only been posted one at a time. No facepack or anything like that for photos on this thread.
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Old 02-06-2019, 04:07 PM   #3310
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Pedro Gonzalez

Pedro Gonzalez was a pitcher with the Havana Reds and Long Branch Cubans in 1915 and 1916, respectively. Gonzalez was born in Cuba in 1895. The photo is from the seamheads.com website.
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Old 02-06-2019, 04:18 PM   #3311
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Ramon Gonzalez

Ramon Gonzalez was a third baseman with the Long Branch Cubans, Breakers Hotel, and Cuban Stars East during the 1916-1919 period. He is shown here in the Almendares, Cuba uniform. The photo is from the seamheads.com website.
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Sorry, but these have only been posted one at a time. No facepack or anything like that for photos on this thread.
Okay, now at least I can remove the dunce cap!
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Old 02-06-2019, 09:24 PM   #3313
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Ernest Gooden

Ernest "Pud" Gooden was an infielder, primarily a second baseman, with the Pittsburgh Keystones, Cleveland Tate Stars, Toledo Tigers, and Chicago American Giants during the years of 1922 and 1923. He was from the Pittsburgh area and returned there after playing baseball, becoming a partner in the real estate business. He died unexpectedly at the young age of 34 from a heart attack. The photo is from his death announcement in the Pittsburgh Courier of October 20, 1934.
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Johnny Goodgame

Johnny Goodgame was a pitcher with the Chicago Leland Giants, Chicago Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, and West Baden Sprudels during the years of 1911 and 1912. He is shown here with the West Baden Sprudels. The photo is from the seamheads.com website.
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Joseph Henry "Joe" Goodrich played 3B/2B/SS for the Washington Potomacs, Philadelphia Giants, and Harrisburg Giants during the 1922-26 period. The photo is from the seamheads.com website.
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Miller Guyton

Miller "Sandman" Guyton was a third baseman with the Kansas City Monarchs and Philadelphia Stars in 1951. The photo is from a team picture of the minor league Big Springs (TX) Cosden Cops squad of the Class C Longhorn League. It comes from the Big Springs Herald of March 27, 1955. Baseball-reference.com does not contain a record for Miller Guyton, so he either did not play in the minors or if he did, it was for a very minimal number of games (or B-R.com simply missed him). His hometown was Big Springs.
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Henry Hannon

Henry H. Hannon was an outfielder, third baseman, and catcher with a multitude of Negro League teams during the 1908-14 period. They included the Cuban Giants, Philadelphia Stars, St. Louis Stars, St. Louis Giants, Chicago Giants, French Lick Plutos, and Louisville White Sox. He went on to manage the Montgomery Grey Sox, where the photo below was taken in 1916. It is from the book BASEBALL IN MONTGOMERY, by Clarence Watkins.
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Charlie Henry

Charlie Henry was a pitcher with Hilldale and the Harrisburg Giants during the 1922-1926 period. According to the book THE BIOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE NEGRO LEAGUES, by James A. Riley, Charlie Henry went on to become the manager of the Zulu Cannibal Giants during the 1930's. The photo comes from the seamheads.com website.
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Reginald Hopwood was an outfielder with the 1928 Kansas City Monarchs. The photo shows him in a Monarchs uniform. The photo is from the Winter 2018 issue of the Ramsey County (MN) History journal. The photo was provided to that publication courtesy of Victoria Hopwood, Reginald's daughter.
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Michael "Mike" Houlemard was a pitcher for the 1954 Birmingham Black Barons. Think I have a photo of the right Mike Houlemard. This photo comes from the Pasadena (CA) Independent of Oct. 8, 1962. It shows him in the uniform of the Norens semi-pro team of Pasadena, where he performed as both a pitcher and outfielder. An article in a 1964 issue of that same Pasadena Independent newspaper established his age as 31, and his original home town as New Orleans. So he would have been around age 21 if he were the same fellow pitching for the Birmingham Black Barons in 1954, which would fit OK.
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