Lot 105 of 471:
Golf ephemera from wartime Hollywood  

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File of 1940s golf ephemera from the collection of Theodore Prussing LeVino


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Wartime golf ephemera from Hollywood and Los Angeles with tournament programs, correspondence, advertisements, Banff Springs course maps, and the first two issues of Lakeside Divots published by a member of the Lakeside Golf Club of Hollywood. Included is a second file of golf articles and golf news clippings from the period.


Tournament programs with passes for Beverley Hills Open Golf Championship, 1944 (Byron Nelson, winner); Los Angeles Open Golf Tournament 1945 (Sam Snead, winner) and 1946 (Byron Nelson, winner).

Envelope of multiple duplicates of Lakeside Divots Vol. I,  #1-2 (March, April, 1926) edited by Albert Shelby LeVino, "Chief Caddy".

A manuscript essay The Treachery of the Camera by A.C.M. Croome, English cricketer and first Secretary of the Oxford and Cambridge Golf Society.

Certificate of Membership for A.S. LeVino in Lakeside Golf Club of Hollywood, 1927.

Golf by John Duncan Dunn. 40 pp., saddle-stitched pamphlet, pictorial wrappers. 

Wartime correspondence from Albert Shelby LeVino to his son Theodore Prussing LeVino, including golf coverage and articles suggested by A.W. Tillinghast.

Ephemera and four course maps from Banff Springs Golf Course, Canadian Pacific, 1941.

Advertising folio pamphlet for Louisville Power-Bilt Golf Clubs, 1941.

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