Lot 332 of 339:
collection of books, ephemera, photos golf  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$270
Estimate:
$300 - $500

Title:
Large collection of books, booklets, ephemera, and photographs on golf

Author:
**

Place:
Various places

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Date:
Various dates

Description:
Contents include: Some correspondence from J.W.L. Adams to Bob Labbance regarding reviews he did for his upcoming publication in 1991. * Promotional booklets and brochures for various cities/locales, including "Golf in Vermont," 1937. Many others from early 20th century East Coast locales/golf courses. * American golf clubs by-laws and membership booklets. * Jones, Bob. Rights and Wrongs of Golf. Spalding & Bros., 1935. * A few other instructional booklets. * 4 promotional booklets about Lake Placid Club, NY. * 5 golf guides or golf annuals from mid-20th century. * Wehman's Book on Athletic Games of Skill: Skittles, Golf, Bowls, Quoits. Original wrappers. [c.1890]. * Small group on the Mountain View Country Club and others in Vermont. * Small group of annuals from the Woodstock Country Club in Vermont. From 1908-1911. * Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. Number 558, Saturday, October 8, 1842. * Tone-O-Matic wrist guard signed on the packaging by Tommy Bolt. * Large group of original photographs of various Golf Collectors Society meetings. Most from the year 2005. * 33rd Ryder Cup program, signed and inscribed by US Captain Ben Crenshaw. 1999. * A few other tournament programs from mid to late 20th century. A wonderful group of golf books, booklets, ephemera and more from the golf collection of the late Bob Labbance.

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Condition:
Light general wear to many from handling; mostly very good or better.


 
Item number:
223247
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