The old dazzler
|Title:||The old dazzler|
One of two images of Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher Dazzy Vance; 1121 (9 x 7 in.) shows Vance leaning forward in pitching follow-through, probably at spring training facility. Caption on verso: "The Old Dazzler: Dazzy Vance, first Dodger to gain admittance to baseball's Hall of Fame, is shown as he appeared in 1925, on the left [not shown], and in his famous pitching pose on the right . The center photo  shows Vance giving the 1951 Dodger pitching staff some pointers. Left to right are Preacher Roe, Don Newcombe, Vance, Erv Palica and Carl Erskine. All are still with Dodgers except Roe." See also DODG 1123.
|Location:||Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
Crown Heights (New York, N.Y.)
Title from caption on versos.
On versos: date stamped: Jan. 27, 1955; Brooklyn Eagle stamps.
1123 with grease pencil cropping marks.
Roe, Preacher, 1916-2008.
Newcombe, Don, 1926-
Brooklyn Dodgers (Baseball team)
Ebbets Field (New York, N.Y.)
|Institution:||Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection.|
Gelatin silver prints.
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