Rock Hill Baseball History - Accession 1100 - M507 (557)
Accession 1100 - M507 (557)
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Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of research materials pertaining to professional and semi-professional baseball in Rock Hill from the 1890s Anderson Buggy Team to the 1968 Rock Hill Spinners. This collection’s emphasis is on the 1950 Tri-State League Champion Rock Hill Chiefs, but also, contains research material on famous baseball icons, such as Dusty Rhodes, Steve Carlton, and Sparky Anderson, all of whom played or managed Rock Hill teams. There is material pertaining to David Mobley, the first officially recognized African-American to play on an all-white minor league team in the Carolinas. This material was compiled by Andrew Johnston for a paper and presentation in the Spring of 2003 Public History course taught by Dr. Edward Lee at Winthrop University.
The Rock Hill Baseball History was given to the Archives by Andrew Johnston on May 9, 2003.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Rock Hill Baseball History - Accession 1100 - M507 (557)". Finding Aid 727.