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The First Known Japanese-American Baseball Card

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The First Known Japanese-American Baseball Card
On 2013-3-7 Rob Fitts wrote:
This week I would like to share a rare and unusual Japanese baseball card -- not made in Japan. It is the first known card of a Japanese American team. It dates to 1911 depicts the Japanese Base Ball Association called by the Albuquerque Morning Journa


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