George Turner 1888 Baseball Card

Circa 1888 baseball card of George Turner. George Turner played minor league baseball in Minneapolis MN. The card was made by the Old Judge Cigarette Factory, Goodwin and Company, New York.

Card courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Taken: in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA

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Isn't it cool? First, it's neat that they did these for the minor leagues in those days. Second, it's amazing that tobacco was a sponsor of sports!! ;)
Sep 08, 2011 · Reply
Awesome! Very nice!!
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