date(s):
1867-2002
subject(s):
Sportsman's Park (Saint Louis, Mo.); Hockey; Baseball; Sports; Running; Rowing; Walking; School sports; Professional sports; Football; Basketball; Soccer; Track and field; Fencing; Swimming; Bowling; Golf
type(s):
Documentary Artifacts; Collection
A0090 Baseball and Sports Collection Inventory of Baseball and Sports Collection A0090 EAD by Jaime Bourassa using ArchivesSpace Missouri Historical Society Library and Research Center 2018 225 S. Skinker Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63105 archives@mohistory.org URL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2018-09-26 06:41:13 -0500 . English Describing Archives: A Content Standard English Missouri Historical Society Library and Research Center Baseball and Sports Collection A0090 1.6 Cubic Feet (4 boxes; 1 oversize folder) 1867-2002 Processing Information Finding aid revised by Jaime Bourassa, May 2013. Donor Information The items in this collection were received from a multitude of sources. When readily available, the source of the donation has been noted in the item inventory. Scope and Contents The Baseball and Sports Collection consists of items relating to professional and minor league sports, high school sports, and other organized sports in St. Louis. The collection includes souvenir programs, tickets, score cards, rule books, newspaper clippings, and other sports-related items. The majority of the collection focuses on St. Louis professional baseball teams, the St. Louis Cardinals and the St. Louis Browns. The baseball portion of the collection includes programs and scorecards from early baseball clubs in St. Louis. A significant amount of the baseball items consist of scorecards and programs issued by the St. Louis Browns and the St. Louis Cardinals teams. Miscellaneous early baseball items can be found in Box 1 along with many St. Louis Browns and St. Louis Cardinals items, such as tickets, stickers, newspaper clippings, newsletters, and schedules. Box 3 contains souvenir programs and scorecards, mostly from the St. Louis Cardinals with items also from the St. Louis Browns and the St. Louis Hawks professional basketball team. The collection also contains miscellaneous local sports material in Box 2 arranged by subject, including items relating to the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Rams professional football teams, the St. Louis Blues professional hockey team, the River City Rascals minor league baseball team, various St. Louis University Billikens sports, the 1965 U.S. Open at Bellerive Country Club, the professional soccer team St. Louis Stars, and the North American Hockey League team St. Louis Sting. Additional sports represented in the collection include track and field, fencing, swimming, bowling, and golf. Box 4 contains memorabilia generated by fans after the death of St. Louis Cardinals pitcher, Daryl Kile. These items were donated by the Cardinals Hall of Fame Museum in 2005. The box contains memorial messages left for Kile at Busch Stadium immediately after his death in 2002. Arrangement The collection is arranged in four series: Baseball Series , St. Louis Area Sports Series , Baseball Score Cards and Programs Series , and St. Louis Cardinals’ Pitcher Daryl Kile Memorial Memorabilia Series . Each series is housed in its own box, and is arranged by subject matter and chronologically within each folder. Separated Materials An invitation to a grand ball at Thespian Hall, Boonville, given by the C.M. Base Ball Club with envelope addressed to Johnson McFadden and family, 1869, was transferred to the Alphabetical Files, filed under AF-McFadden, Johnson L., on July 26, 1999. Conditions Governing Access The collection is open for research use. Conditions Governing Use For permission to publish, quote from, or reproduce material in this collection, please contact the Archives Reference Desk at archives@mohistory.org . Copyright restrictions may apply. The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming to the laws of copyright. Physical and Technical Requirements There are no physical or technical restrictions. Digital Copies Selected items of the Baseball and Sports Collection have been digitized by MHS staff. The images may be viewed online by clicking the links in the inventory. Preferred Citation Baseball and Sports Collection, Missouri Historical Society Archives, St. Louis. Athletes -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Baseball -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Football -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Hockey -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Professional sports -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Rowing -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Soccer -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Sports -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Kile, Darryl, 1968-2002 St. Louis Blues (Hockey team) St. Louis Browns (Baseball team) St. Louis Cardinals (Baseball team) St. Louis Hawks (Basketball team) St. Louis Rams (Football team) St. Louis Stars (Soccer team) Baseball Series 1 Baseball-General Certificate of A.B. Ewing for one share of stock worth $50 in the St. Louis Base Ball Association. (Gift of Nathaniel W. Ewing, son of A.B. Ewing.) A0090-00007 1875 May 14 1 1 Certificate of N.S. Chouteau for one share of stock worth $50 in the St. Louis Base Ball Association. (Gift of Mrs. H. Chouteau Dyer, June 27, 1955.) A0090-00008 1875 June 11 1 1 Certificate of N.S. Chouteau for one share of stock worth $50 in the St. Louis Base Ball Association, June 11, 1875 Newspaper clipping regarding baseball game between St. Louis and Kansas City. (Photocopy.) A0090-00009 1877 1 1 Certificate of Norbert S. Chouteau for one share of stock worth $50 in the St. Louis Base Ball Association. (Gift of Mrs. H. Chouteau Dyer, June 27, 1955.) A0090-00010 1878 Mar 2 1 1 Advertisement card, compliments of Geo. [George] Thies, Hatter, giving the 1904 season baseball schedules for St. Louis in the National and American Leagues on the reverse. (Printed card in metal mount.) A0090-00011 1904 1 1 Ticket to Commission Merchant’s baseball game at Kulage’s Park, Newstead Ave. and Penrose St. Proceeds to be given to Frisco Sufferers. A0090-00012 1906 Apr 29 1 1 Postcard with group photograph of a 1908 St. Louis baseball team. A0090-00013 1908 1 1 Postcard with group photograph of the 1908 St. Louis Browns Printed Base Ball Schedule of the National League and the American Association, Season of 1893, compliments of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat . A0090-00015 1893 1 2 Constitution and Bylaws of the Western Association of Professional Baseball Clubs. A0090-00016 1921 1 2 The Sporting News Record Book of 1927 , published by Charles C. Spink and Son, St. Louis, Mo. A0090-00017 1927 1 2 The Sporting News Record Book of 1927 , published by Charles C. Spink and Son, St. Louis, Mo., 1927 Portraits of National and American League players distributed as a supplement to The Sporting News , including Del Gainor [Gainer] (Detroit American League), Grover C. Alexander (Philadelphia National League), Zach D. Wheat (Brooklyn National League), Vean Gregg (Cleveland American League), James J. Callahan (Chicago American League), and George Stovall (Cleveland American League). (6 items) A0090-00018 1911-1912 1 3 Grover C. Alexander of the Philadelphia National League from supplement to The Sporting News , November 23, 1911 St. Louis Browns List of players on “The Veterans of 1875” St. Louis Brown Stockings baseball team. A0090-00020 1875 1 4 Ladies’ Day Souvenir envelope. A0090-00021 1887 1 4 Ladies’ Day Souvenir envelope, 1887 Souvenir booklet, A Study in Brown, St. Louis Browns’ All Time Roster and Record Manual . A0090-00022 1902-1953 1 4 Souvenir booklet: A Study in Brown, St. Louis Browns' All Time Roster and Record Manual , 1902-1953 Newspaper clipping from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch : “New Browns’ Stockholder and Crack Team He Played With in 1878,” regarding Jim Garneau. A0090-00023 1916 Jan 17 1 4 Newspaper clipping from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch : "New Browns' Stockholder and Crack Team He Played With in 1878," January 17, 1916 Newspaper clipping: “‘Old Brown’ Players of 80s in Jubilee Reunion Tomorrow.” A0090-00024 1925 June 17 1 4 Newspaper clipping from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch : “Winning a World’s Series -- and the Gate Receipts -- on a Wild Pitch” by J. Roy Stockton and “Competitive Sport a Factor in the Welfare of the Nation” by Dwight F. Davis. A0090-00025 1928 Dec 9 1 4 St. Louis Browns Base Ball Club (15) and American League Professional Base Ball Clubs (11) annual passes of Miss E. M. Jacoby. (Gift of Miss E. Jacoby, courtesy of Ralph E. Bixby, May 18, 1954.) (26 items) A0090-00027 1924-1952 1 5 St. Louis Browns Base Ball Club (15) and American League Professional Base Ball Clubs (11) annual passes of Miss E. M. Jacoby, 1924-1952 St. Louis Browns 1948 Team Photograph. A0090-00028 1948 1 5 Ticket for Legion of Honor baseball championship at Sportsman’s Park. A0090-00030 1882 Aug 7, 11 1 6 Ticket for baseball game, National Bank of Commerce vs. Boatmen’s Bank, at New Sportsman’s Park, Vandeventer Ave. and Natural Bridge Road. A0090-00031 1898 Sept 10 1 6 Ticket for Royal Arcanum Base Ball League special night at Lemp’s Park, with Imperial Minstrels and Dancing. A0090-00032 1908 July 31 1 6 St. Louis Browns annual passes. (74 items) A0090-00033 1925-1935 1 6 St. Louis Browns letterhead, autographed by Rogers Hornsby. Found in 1944 World Series Souvenir Program, St. Louis Browns vs. St. Louis Cardinals at Sportsman's Park. A0090-00034 ca. 1949 1 7 St. Louis Browns “Brown Jug” pass. A0090-00036 1952 1 8 St. Louis Browns certificates, “Baby Brownies Future Player’s Contract.” (2 items) A0090-00037 1952 1 8 St. Louis Browns certificates (2), “Baby Brownies Future Player’s Contract," 1952 Season tickets (2) for the St. Louis Browns with letter from donor. (Gift of C.C. Johnson Spink, March 9, 1954.) (3 items) A0090-00038 1953 1 8 1953 Spring Training Season schedule of the St. Louis Browns at Perris Hill Park, San Bernardino, California. A0090-00039 1953 1 8 Season Pass for the St. Louis Browns. A0090-00040 1953 1 8 Tickets to the St. Louis Browns opening game, 1953 season. (Gift of Emile A. Tomlin, September 26, 1953.) (2 items) A0090-00001 1953 1 8 Tickets (2) to the St. Louis Browns opening game, 1953 season Issues of “Brown’s Express” newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 1, with 1953 roster for the St. Louis Browns. (2 items) A0090-00043 1953 Apr 1 8 Issue of “Brown’s Express” newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 4, with upcoming St. Louis Browns schedule. A0090-00044 1953 June 1 8 St. Louis Browns promotional stickers, “Follow the Browns.” (2 items) A0090-00042 No date 1 8 St. Louis Browns promotional stickers (2), “Follow the Browns,” no date St. Louis Browns field pass, Sportsman’s Park. A0090-00041 No date 1 8 St. Louis Browns season passes for St. Louis Post-Dispatch photographer, presumably Buel White. (Gift of Betty J. Betts, accession no. 88-0013.) (2 items) A0090-00046 1952-1953 1 9 Official 1952 St. Louis Browns schedule. (Gift of Betty J. Betts, accession no. 88-0013.) A0090-00047 1952 1 9 St. Louis Browns 1952 Training Schedule and Roster. (Gift of Betty J. Betts, accession no. 88-0013.) A0090-00048 1952 1 9 St. Louis Browns Press, Radio, and TV Guide for 1953. (Gift of Betty J. Betts, accession no. 88-0013.) A0090-00049 1953 1 9 St. Louis Cardinals Photocopy of newspaper clippings from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch , “1926 Pennant Hung in Lindbergh Hall” and “Ganz will Dedicate March to Cardinals.” A0090-00051 1926 Oct 14 1 10 Halftone photographs of St. Louis Cardinals players from the 1926 World Series champion team, printed in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat . A0090-00052 1926 Oct 17 1 10 Halftone photographs of St. Louis Cardinals players from the 1926 World Series champion team, printed in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat , October 17, 1926 Scrapbook with photographs and memorabilia from the 1926 World Series, in which the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the New York Yankees. (accession no. 71-0062) A0090-00053 1926 1 11 St. Louis Cardinals World Series scrapbook, 1926 Tickets (2) for Game 3 and tickets (2) for Game 5 of the 1930 World Series. (Gift of Robert Ohm Brandenburger, accession no. 86-0018.) (4 items) A0090-00054 1930 1 12 Complimentary ticket to Frank Decker for the St. Louis Cardinals 1939 season. A0090-24123 1939 1 13 Newspaper clipping from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat , “Kurowski Flags Philly Flurry.” A0090-00057 1942 Aug 29 1 14 Ticket stub from Game 2 of the 1946 World Series. A0090-00058 1946 1 14 Ticket from Game 4 of the 1949 World Series. A0090-00059 1949 1 14 Booklet: “Welcome to the Cardinals,” with introduction by August A. Busch, Jr. A0090-00061 1953 1 15 Advertising card for Garret’s Wine with St. Louis Cardinals baseball schedule. A0090-00062 1954 1 15 St. Louis Cardinals baseball schedule for Busch Stadium. A0090-00063 1955 1 15 Letter of Allie-May Schmitt-Keaton, Cairo, Illinois, to Miss Geneva Crumb, St. Louis, telling the story of the St. Louis Cardinals’ emblem. (Gift of Geneva Crumb, accession no. 58-0002). A0090-00065 1957 Sept 18 1 16 Editorial for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch by Geneva Crumb, “Wherein Lies the Thrill.” (Gift of Geneva Crumb, accession no. 58-0002). A0090-00066 1957-1958 1 16 Newspaper clipping of article for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch by Robert Lasch, “One Man Against Nine.” (Gift of Geneva Crumb, accession no. 58-0002). A0090-00067 1957-1958 1 16 Photostat of Japanese newspaper announcement welcoming the St. Louis Cardinals, reprinted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch . A0090-00068 1958 Oct 26 1 16 Tickets for Game 1 of the 1964 World Series at Busch Stadium, St. Louis. (2 items) A0090-07054 1964 1 17 Busch Memorial Stadium brochure with home schedule for St. Louis Cardinals. A0090-00070 1966 1 17 Free ticket to Dedication Ceremonies for “Civic Center Busch Memorial Stadium.” A0090-25647 1966 May 8 1 17 Certificates for “First Nighter,” the first official event at Busch Stadium, a National League game of the St. Louis Cardinals against the Atlanta Braves. (4 items) A0090-00071 1966 May 12 1 17 Certificates (4) for “First Nighter,” the first official event at Busch Stadium, a National League game of the St. Louis Cardinals against the Atlanta Braves, May 12, 1966 Ticket for Game 6 of the 1968 World Series at Busch Stadium, St. Louis. A0090-00072 1968 1 17 Pamphlet, “A Statement by August A. Busch, Jr. to Cardinal Players” at spring training camp in St. Petersburg, Florida. A0090-00074 1969 Mar 22 1 17 Tickets (2) with envelope for the 1966 All-Star Game at Busch Stadium. (accession no. 66-0049) (3 items) A0090-07057 1966 July 12 1 18 Ticket envelope with St. Louis Blues schedule for 1969-70 season, as well as other Arena events. (accession no. 93-0005) A0090-00501 1969 1 19 Ticket envelope with St. Louis Blues schedule for 1969-70 season, as well as other Arena events Photograph of 1972 St. Louis Stars soccer team with list of names. (accession no. 93-0005) A0090-00076 1972 1 19 Photograph of 1972 St. Louis Stars soccer team with list of names Photograph of 1975 St. Louis Stars soccer team with list of names. (accession no. 93-0005) A0090-00077 1975 1 19 Ticket stub for St. Louis Cardinals baseball game. (accession no. 93-0005) A0090-00078 1976 Aug 6 1 19 St. Louis Cardinals schedule for 1980 season with a seat map of Busch Stadium. (accession no. 93-0005) A0090-00079 1980 1 19 “Straight A Student” card good for admission to two St. Louis Cardinals baseball games. (accession no. 93-0005) A0090-25646 1980 1 19 Ticket stubs for miscellaneous Arena events. (26 items) (accession no. 93-0005) A0090-00081 1971-1972; no date 1 19 Pamphlet for St. Louis Baseball Camp, Inc. Summer Day Camps at Creve Coeur Khoury League Park. (accession no. 93-0005) A0090-00080 No date 1 19 St. Louis Cardinals schedule for 1985 season with a seat map of Busch Stadium. A0090-00083 1985 1 20 Pocket schedule for St. Louis Cardinals 1985 season with advertisements for Anheuser-Busch products. A0090-00084 1985 1 20 St. Louis Cardinals roster, exhibition record, and exhibition game schedule for 1985. A0090-00085 1985 1 20 Official St. Louis Cardinals 1985 calendar, sponsored by Burger King. A0090-00086 1985 1 20 Book: Racin’ Redbirds! published by United Press International. A0090-00087 1985 1 20 St. Louis Cardinals decal sticker. A0090-00088 ca. 1985 1 20 Bumper sticker for 1987 National League Champion, St. Louis Cardinals. (Gift of Magdalyn Sebastian, accession no. 88-0007.) A0090-00089 1987 1 21 St. Louis Cardinals schedule for 1988 season with a seat map of Busch Stadium. (gift of St. Louis Cardinals Promotion Dept., accession no. 88-0011) A0090-00091 1988 1 22 Pocket schedule for St. Louis Cardinals 1988 season with advertisements for Anheuser-Busch products. (gift of St. Louis Cardinals Promotion Dept., accession no. 88-0011) A0090-00092 1988 1 22 St. Louis Cardinals decal stickers. (2 items) (gift of St. Louis Cardinals Promotion Dept., accession no. 88-0011) A0090-00093 ca. 1988 1 22 Media guide for the St. Louis Cardinals 1988 season. (gift of St. Louis Cardinals Promotion Dept., accession no. 88-0011) A0090-00094 1988 1 22 St. Louis Cardinals roster for 1988 season. (gift of St. Louis Cardinals Promotion Dept., accession no. 88-0011) A0090-00095 1988 1 22 Official St. Louis Cardinals 1988 calendar, sponsored by Hardee’s. (gift of St. Louis Cardinals Promotion Dept., accession no. 88-0011) A0090-00096 1988 1 22 Baseball cards for St. Louis Cardinals players: Tom Brunansky, Rich Gedman, Ray Lankford, Omar Olivares, Lee Smith, Ozzie Smith, Scott Terry, Willie McGee, Bob Tewksbury, and Milt Thompson. (14 items) A0090-00097 1989-1992 1 23 Pocket schedules for the St. Louis Cardinals 1998 season. (2 items) A0090-00099 1998 1 24 Ticket stub for Game 19, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Florida Marlins. A0090-00100 1998 May 15 1 24 Official commemorative envelopes for: Mark McGwire’s home run #62; Mark McGwire’s 500 career home runs; and Mark McGwire’s four straight 50+ home run seasons. (3 items) A0090-00101 1998-1999 1 25 Advertising card for tour of Civic Center Busch Memorial Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Football Cardinals, and St. Louis Stars Soccer Club. A0090-00103 No date 1 26 St. Louis Cardinals decal sticker. A0090-00104 No date 1 26 St. Louis Cardinals decal sticker, no date Printed notice, “Helpful Hints at the Ball Park” by “The Benchwarmer,” Robert L. Burnes. A0090-00105 No date 1 26 Sportsman's Park Rain check ticket for Sportsman’s Park. A0090-00108 1893 June 4 1 27 Broadside advertisement for the “Tuberculosis Day” baseball game at Sportsman’s Park, St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Giants. A0090-00206 1933 July 13 OS: Ban-Bat Calendar for 1947 baseball season at Sportsman’s Park with St. Louis Cardinals’ schedule in red and St. Louis Browns’ schedule in brown. A0090-00109 1947 Apr-Sept 1 27 Handbill advertising Daylight Fireworks and Base Ball at Sportsman’s Park. (accession no. 64-0076) A0090-00111 1882 June 27 1 28 Official Score Book used for game, St. Louis vs. Washington, at Sportsman’s Park. (accession no. 64-0076) A0090-00112 1893 1 28 Official Score Book used for game, St. Louis vs. Washington, at Sportsman’s Park, 1893 St. Louis Area Sports Series 2 Baited Blades Classical Fencing Club Flier advertising classes of the Baited Blade Classical Fencing Club at Overland Community College. A0090-00113 1998 2 1 Bell, James Thomas “Cool Papa” Funeral program celebrating the life of James Thomas “Cool Papa” Bell, baseball player in the Negro Leagues, 1922-1950. A0090-00220 1991 Mar 16 2 2 Funeral program for James Thomas "Cool Papa" Bell, 1991 Bellerive Country Club Brochure for the U.S.G.A. 65th National Open Championship at Bellerive Country Club. A0090-00116 1965 2 3 Issue of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat Sunday Magazine , regarding Bellerive Country Club, site of the 1965 National Open Championship of the U.S. Golf Association, June 14-20. A0090-00117 1965 June 13 2 3 Section M of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch , regarding the U.S.G.A. 65th Open Championship, June 17-20, at Bellerive Country Club. A0090-00118 1965 June 13 2 3 Tickets to Cardinal Glennon Memorial Hospital Benefit Game, charity golf tournament, at Bellerive Country Club. (2 items) A0090-00119 1966 2 3 Busch, August Printed broadside with five newspaper articles and one radio editorial transcript, including: “Busch: In Tune With the Times” by Jimmy Mann of the St. Petersburg Times , March 28, 1969; “Busch’s Point: Customers Are Birds’ Best Friends” by Bob Broeg of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch , March 24, 1969; “Birds’ Players Get Message, Applaud Busch” by Jack Herman of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat ; “The Cardinal White Paper, and Why” by Tom McEwen of The Tampa Tribune , March 27, 1969; ”Busch Made Great Talk” by “The Bench Warmer” Robert L. Burnes of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat , March 25, 1969; and “Mr. Busch Tells it Like it Is” by Robert R. Hyland of KMOX Radio. A0090-00208 1969 Mar 24-28 OS: Ban-Bat Citizens’ Swimming School Stock certificate for one share worth $100 for John G. Priest for Citizens’ Swimming School. (accession no. 61-0041) A0090-00221 1867 Aug 7 2 4 Famous Marigold Gardens Orchestra Printed card advertising a dance at The Marigold Gardens to support the St. Louis Cardinals. A0090-00223 No date 2 5 Printed card advertising a dance at The Marigold Gardens to support the St. Louis Cardinals, featuring the Famous Marigold Gardens Orchestra, 1920-1939 Haverly, J. H.’s Athletic and Pedestrian Enterprises Circular, “Rules and Racing Laws to Govern Pedestrian Tournaments.” A0090-00122 1884 2 6 International Association Foot Ball Contest Program of the IAFB contest featuring British and Scottish teams playing with the St. Louis Association Foot Ball players. A0090-00123 1905 Sept 23-24 2 7 Legion of Honor Baseball Score card for Legion of Honor Base Ball Tournament. A0090-00124 1882 2 8 Lindell Park Advertisements for Grand Gala Day and a 10-Hour Walking Match. (3 items) A0090-00125 [1884] May 18 2 9 Advertisement for Grand Gala Day and a 10-Hour Walking Match at Lindell Park, May 18, [1884?] McGinnis, George Newspaper clipping from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat , “A Pitching Ace of 50 Years Ago.” A0090-00126 1932 Jan 17 2 10 Missouri Lake of the Ozarks Official program for the Governor’s Cup Race at Lake of the Ozarks. A0090-00127 1983 May 19-22 2 11 Murray, John H. 50-mile walk Broadside announcing event in which John Murray will walk 50 miles against his own time, 10 hours and 19 minutes, for a purse of $100. A0090-00128 1878 Apr 14 2 12 Peters, Charlotte Copy of signed photograph of St. Louis T.V. personality, Charlotte Peters. A0090-00214 No date 2 13 Autographed photograph of Charlotte Peters (halftone copy), no date River City Rascals . Professional Minor League Team, which plays at the Ozzie Smith Sports Complex in O’Fallon, Mo. Order brochure for River City Rascals merchandise. A0090-00131 ca. 2000 2 14 Order brochure for River City Rascals season tickets. A0090-00132 ca. 2000 2 14 Business card of Becky Painter, Director of Office & Ticket Operations for the River City Rascals. A0090-00133 ca. 2000 2 14 Group sales brochure for River City Rascals. A0090-00134 2000 2 14 Issue of “Rascals Hound Bites,” River City Rascals newsletter. A0090-00135 Winter 2000 2 14 Rowing Flier for Grand Regatta at Creve Coeur Lake. A0090-00137 1897 Aug 28-29 2 15 Flier for Grand Regatta at Creve Coeur Lake, August 28-29, 1897 Loose scrapbook pages with rowing-related items, including: Century Boat Club dinner menu, August 21, 1910; circular of Dr. Urling C. Ruckstuhl to the members of the Century Boat Club, March 1, 1911; five ribbons of the Century Boat Club, Central Rowing Club, Baden Rowing Club, Western Rowing Club, and Mound City Rowing Club for the S.W.A.R. Association [Southwestern Amateur Rowing Association] regatta at Creve Coeur Lake, June 30-July 1, 1917; photograph of boat house and other buildings along the water (perhaps Creve Coeur Lake or the Mississippi River); invitation to the St. Louis Bowling Association City Tournament in which teams from the Century Boat Club League are participating, April 3, no year; newspaper clipping titled “Century Boat Club Will Compete in Six Events in Annual Regatta Sunday,” July 29 and 30, 1916; St. Louis Post-Dispatch article titled “Lemp Trophy Winners, Now Favorites in Four-Mile Race Labor Day,” August 27, 1917, with photograph of Century Boat Club crew; and St. Louis Globe-Democrat article titled “Centurys Make Sweep of Municipal Regatta with Victories in Three Events,” September 24, 1917. A0090-00138 1910-1917 2 15 Invitation to a Kids Party given by the oarsmen of the Western Rowing Club at 5000 South Broadway. A0090-00139 1921 Nov 19 2 15 St. Louis Blues Hockey Ticket from the 1971 Stanley Cup Playoff at The Arena. A0090-07055 1971 2 16 Pocket schedules for the St. Louis Blues 1997-1998 season with seat map of Kiel Center. (2 items) A0090-26131 1997-1998 2 16 Pocket schedules for the St. Louis Blues 1998-1999 season with seat map of Kiel Center. (2 items) A0090-00141 1998-1999 2 16 Ticket schedule for the St. Louis Blues 1998-1999 season with seat map of Kiel Center and prices. A0090-00142 1998-1999 2 16 Pocket schedule for the St. Louis Blues 1999-2000 season with seat map of Kiel Center. A0090-00143 1999-2000 2 16 St. Louis Cardinals Football Stadium information kits for 1967 St. Louis Cardinals Football with seat map of Busch Stadium. (2 items) A0090-00145 1967 2 17 Stadium information kits (2) for 1967 St. Louis Cardinals Football with seat map of Busch Stadium Tickets for football game at Busch Memorial Stadium, Los Angeles Rams vs. St. Louis Cardinals. (4 items) A0090-00146 1982 Oct 3 2 17 Pocket schedule for “Big Red ‘85” St. Louis Cardinals Football, sponsored by KMOX Radio. A0090-00147 1985 2 17 St. Louis High School Track and Field Program of activities for Fourth Annual Field Day at Pastime Grounds. A0090-00216 1899 May 20 2 18 Program for Fourth Annual Field Day of the St. Louis High School, 1899 St. Louis “Hoop It Up” Tournament Brochure and entry form for “The Official 3-On-3 Tournament of the NBA,” scheduled for April 25-26. A0090-00149 1998 2 19 St. Louis Rams Football Pocket schedule for the St. Louis Rams 1997 football season. A0090-00151 1997 2 20 Pocket schedule for the St. Louis Rams 1998 football season. A0090-00152 1998 2 20 Pocket schedule for the St. Louis Rams 1999 football season. A0090-00153 1999 2 20 Commemorative envelopes for Kurt Warner and the Super Bowl XXXIV, St. Louis Rams vs. Tennessee Titans. (4 items) A0090-00154 2000 2 21 Commemorative envelope for Super Bowl XXXIV, St. Louis Rams vs. Tennessee Titans, 2000 Commemorative envelope for Super Bowl XXXIV Champions St. Louis Rams, 2000 Commemorative envelope for MVP Kurt Warner, 2000 St. Louis Rowing Club Constitution and By-Laws booklet of the St. Louis Rowing Club. A0090-00156 1877 2 22 Advertisement and program for the fourth annual picnic of the St. Louis Rowing Club at Bodemann’s Grove. A0090-00157 1879 June 22 2 22 St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame Press release regarding the operating schedule of the Hall of Fame for the 1972 fall season. A0090-00158 1972 Sept 29 2 23 St. Louis Stars Ticket for soccer game, St. Louis vs. Atlanta, at Busch Stadium. A0090-07056 1971 Aug 8 2 24 St. Louis Sting . North American Hockey League team, which played at U.S. Sports Complex, Chesterfield, Mo., and later moved to Springfield, Mo. Schedule for the St. Louis Sting 1998-1999 hockey season. A0090-00161 1998-1999 2 25 Ticket order form for the St. Louis Sting 1998-1999 hockey season. A0090-00162 1998-1999 2 25 St. Louis Swimming School Proclamation for the “natatorium” featuring Thomas Q. Meier. A0090-00164 ca. 1882 2 26 Loose page from the Missouri Historical Society Bulletin , Vol. XVI, Number 4, Part I, describing the proclamation, the natatorium and Thomas Q. Meier. A0090-00165 1960 July 2 26 St. Louis Track Club Membership application to the St. Louis Track Club. A0090-00166 1998 2 27 St. Louis University Billikens Pocket schedule for the St. Louis University Billikens volleyball 1996 season. A0090-00168 1996 2 28 Pocket schedule for the St. Louis University Billikens women’s soccer 1997 season. A0090-00169 1997 2 28 Pocket schedule for the St. Louis University Billikens basketball 1997-1998 season. A0090-00170 1997-1998 2 28 Ticket order form for the St. Louis University Billikens men’s and women’s 1998 soccer season. A0090-00171 1998 2 28 Pocket schedule for the St. Louis University Billikens 1998-1999 hockey season. A0090-00172 1998-1999 2 28 St. Louis Women’s Bowling Association Passes for one free game at area bowling lanes, courtesy of the Working Women’s Survival Show. (2 items) A0090-00174 1997 Feb 21-23 2 29 Passes (2) for one free game at area bowling lanes, courtesy of the Working Women’s Survival Show, February 21-23, 1997 Brochure for the Women’s International Bowling Congress. A0090-00175 1992-1993 2 29 Brochure for the Women’s International Bowling Congress, 1992-1993 Sporting News Issue of The Sporting News . A0090-00207 1951 July 18 OS: Ban-Bat Sturgeon, Pope Newspaper clipping of obituary of Pope Sturgeon from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat , titled “Original ‘Spitball’ Pitcher, Who Won 106 Games in a Row, Dies.” A0090-00224 1932 Apr 23 2 30 Newspaper clipping of obituary of Pope Sturgeon from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat , titled "Original 'Spitball' Pitcher, Who Won 106 Games in a Row, Dies," April 23, 1932 Union Base Ball Club List of active members of Union Base Ball Club. (Gift of Frank E. Fitzgerald.) A0090-00177 1869 Jan 1 2 31 Webb, Normal “Tweed” Autographed “Tweed” Webb baseball card, Negro League Baseball Stars. A0090-00179 1926 2 32 Newsletter issue of “Blacks in baseball” with article about Tweed Webb. A0090-00180 1986 2 32 Wilson, John, benefit for Broadside advertisements for “Grand Walking and Running Tournament for the Benefit of John Wilson at Vorwaerts Turner Hall.” (2 items) A0090-00205 1880 Jan 6 OS: Ban-Bat Baseball Score Cards and Programs Series 3 Official score card, St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Yankees. A0090-00182 1926 3 1 Official scorecard, St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Yankees, 1926 Official score card, St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Yankees. A0090-00183 1928 3 1 Official score cards, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Americans. (3 items) A0090-00185 1930 3 2 Official souvenir programs, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Americans. (3 items) A0090-00186 1931 3 2 Official souvenir program, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Detroit Tigers. A0090-00187 1934 3 2 Official souvenir program, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Detroit Tigers, 1934 Official program for Major League All-Star Game at Sportsman’s Park. A0090-00188 1940 3 3 Souvenir programs for the 1942 World Series, St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Yankees. (2 items) A0090-24135 1942 3 4 Souvenir programs for the 1944 World Series, St. Louis Browns vs. St. Louis Cardinals. (2 items) A0090-00191 1944 3 5 Souvenir program for the 1944 World Series, St. Louis Browns vs. St. Louis Cardinals Souvenir program, “Champions American League.” A0090-00192 1944 3 5 Souvenir program for the 1946 World Series, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Red Sox. A0090-00194 1946 3 6 Souvenir program for the 1949 St. Louis Cardinals. A0090-00195 1949 3 6 St. Louis Cardinals souvenir score cards. (3 items) A0090-00196 1950-1951 3 7 St. Louis Browns souvenir score cards, three varieties. (12 items) A0090-07046 1952-1953 3 8 St. Louis Cardinals souvenir programs, including 1964 World Series vs. New York Yankees. (9 items) A0090-00198 1952-1964 3 9 Official program for the 1964 World Series: St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Yankees St. Louis Cardinals souvenir score cards. (3 items) A0090-00199 1966-1967 3 10 St. Louis Cardinals vs. Atlanta Braves scorecard, 1966 St. Louis Cardinals souvenir score cards. (13 items) A0090-00200 1968-1978 3 11 Official souvenir program for 1967 World Series, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Detroit Tigers. A0090-00201 1967 3 12 Official St. Louis Cardinals 1984 scorecard and 1987 scorebook. (2 items) A0090-00202 1984-1987 3 13 Official magazines (3) and program (1) of St. Louis Hawks basketball. (4 items) A0090-00203 1958-1960 3 14 St. Louis Cardinals’ Pitcher Daryl Kile Memorial Memorabilia Series 4 Items collected by the Cardinals Hall of Fame at Busch Stadium after the death of Daryl Kile in 2002. A0090-00005 2002 4