Ban Johnson Signed AUTO letter about Dazzy Vance Baseball HOF D.1931 PSA/DNA LOA

Ban Johnson (D. 1931) was the founder of the American League, Ban Johnson was baseball's most influential executive for nearly a quarter of a century. As president of the Western League, he changed its name to the American League in 1900 and claimed major league status the following year. Despite opposition by National League owners, the new league quickly proved its competitiveness on the field and at the gate. Johnson became the most significant member of the National Commission, baseball's ruling body until 1920. He was elected to the Baseball HOF in 1937.

We offer a Typed letter signed from August 19, 1915 written to T.L. Huston (co-owner of the Yankees along with Jacob Ruppert from 1915-22) regarding approving the contracts of Future Baseball Hall of Famer – A.C. (Dazzy) Vance & Alfred Walters.  Signed in black steel tipped pen on American League letterhead.

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Item: 12846

Price: $695.00
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Ban Johnson Signed AUTO letter about Dazzy Vance Baseball HOF D.1931 PSA/DNA LOA