Chicago Cubs "Ladies Day" Game ticket, 1930 May 09
White card-stock paper ticket with black and red printing: The Cubs / Chicago National League Ball Club / This ticket will Admit One Woman sixteen years of age or older to Wrigley Field on / Ladies Day - Fri. May 9 / No Charge-No Transfer / Not Good if Presented by Man or Boy., A "Ladies Day" ticket to a game played at Wrigley Field in Chicago on May 9, 1930 by the Chicago Cubs and New York Giants. The Cubs would give away tickets for "Ladies Day," which were hosted on Fridays.
Fort Wayne Daisies Diary : scrapbook, 1945
A handwritten diary kept by Dottie Collins of the Fort Wayne Daisies in 1945. The diary tracks Dottie's season, as well as the Daisies, and records who pitched each game, who won, and when games were rained out, among other events.
Miss Hall's School Students Playing Baseball photograph, after 1908
A black-and-white, born digital photograph of students of Miss Hall's School playing baseball in front of the school. It appears that one student is at bat, while another stands behind her serving as the catcher. Other women stand behind the players, and it is unclear whether they are playing or are spectators. Based on the building in the background of the photograph, this photograph was probably taken after 1908., The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is not aware of any U.S. copyright or any other restrictions in the documents. NBHoF welcomes you to use materials in our collections that are in the public domain and to make fair use of copyrighted materials as defined by copyright law and with proper citation. If you have more information about material on our websites, or if you are the copyright holder and believe our websites have not properly attributed your work or have used it without permission, please contact photoarchives@baseballhall.org with your contact information and a link to the relevant content. Detailed rights information is available at http://baseballhall.org/archive-collection/photo.