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Minikahda 40th anniversary club history  

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Minikahda 40 Anniversary: Minikahda Club Minneapolis 1898-1938


Minneapolis, MN




[24] pp. Illustrated from photographs with club logo on front cover. 28x22 cm (11x8½"), printed wrappers. First Edition.

Issued in conjunction with the 1938 forty year anniversary of the Minikahda Club, this rare club history contains many historical photos, including one of Bobby Jones holding the 1927 USGA Amateur Championship trophy he won at Minikahda in 1927. Neither listed in D&J nor in the 2013 issue of Alistair Johnston’s Library of Golf. The name Minikahda comes from the Dakota, a combination of two words meaning "by the side of the water." The club logo, in fact, depicts a Native American shield, similar to the original artifact framed in the Clubhouse.

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Light wear with a few chips to wrappers, some scuffing to rear cover; else fine.

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