100 baseball icons: from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Archive
Ten Speed Press,
100 BASEBALL ICONS presents the treasures of the most famous repository of baseball memorabilia in the world, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York. Given access to the Hall's vast archives, award-winning photographer and lifelong baseball aficionado Terry Heffernan unearths artifacts that represent some of the outstanding achievements and legends in baseball history, including Babe Ruth's bat, "Shoeless Joe" Jackson's tattered shoes, and more. Heffernan's arresting compositions capture the beauty and magic of these charged objects, hitting home the excitement that has captivated fans for more than a century.A commemorative collection of 100 photographs of baseball memorabilia from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and museum. In 2006, a record 76 million fans attended Major League Baseball games.
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|Grouped Work ID||8e8c89ba-9bc5-31f8-6daa-d94cbebcd800|
|Grouping Title||100 baseball icons from the national baseball hall of fame and museum archive|
|Grouping Author||heffernan terry|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-01-01 01:10:20AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-10 05:48:16AM|
Hirasuna, Delphine, 1946-
National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
|available_at_englewood||Englewood Public Library|
|local_callnumber_englewood||796.357 HERRERNAN, TERRY|
|owning_library_englewood||Englewood Public Library|
|owning_location_englewood||Englewood Public Library|
|subject_facet||Baseball -- United States -- History|
Baseball -- United States -- History -- Pictorial works
National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum -- History
|title_display||100 baseball icons : from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Archive|
|title_full||100 baseball icons : from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Archive / photography by Terry Heffernan ; design by Kit Hinrichs ; text by Delphine Hirasuna|
|title_short||100 baseball icons|
|title_sub||from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Archive|