All are individual pages except for the complete issue of the 9/29/30 San Francisco Bulletin with front-cover headline "Gambler Ring Bared; 1920 Series 'Fixed'?" (HUGE font dominating top half) and interior-page headline "World Series Expose is Threatened by Attell" (w/quote "Rothstein is white-washing himself at my expense").
Also includes: 9/21/19 Dallas Morning News - "Pale Hose Leader and Two of His Stars" (w/Jackson/Collins/Gleason image). 9/30/19 Milwaukee Leader - "Rumor Cocotte Has Sore Arm Is Denied." 9/7/20 Milwaukee Leader - "Court to Probe Baseball Betting." 9/22/20 Milwaukee Leader - "Quiz Baseball Heads on Gambling." 9/23/20 Milwaukee Leader - "Charges Cub Player Offered Bribe." 9/24/20 Milwaukee Leader - "Gamblers Plan to Expose Sox if Victorious in Flag Fight" (2). 9/25/20 Milwaukee Leader - "Jury Foreman Hints Alleged Ball 'Fixers' Names Known." 9/28/20 Milwaukee Leader - "8 White Sox Men Indicted in Ball Plot." 9/29/20 L.A. Examiner - "2 White Sox Confess They Took Bribes." 9/29/20 Dallas Morning News - "Who's Been Dirtying the Ball?" (w/related illustration image). 9/29/20 L.A. Examiner - "Eight Indicted in Baseball Gambling" (affixed to foam-core backing). 9/29/20 Milwaukee Leader - "Rumor Gamblers May Bribe Robins." 9/30/20 Milwaukee Leader - "'Fixed' Series Probe Won't Be Abandoned." 10/1/20 Milwaukee Leader - "'Higher-Ups' in Sox Quiz Sought." 10/2/20 Milwaukee Leader - "1920 World Series To Be Straight." 7/5/21 Milwaukee Leader - "Trial of 1919 World Series Stars Opened." 7/26/21 Milwaukee Leader - "Notes of Sox Confessions Read to Jury."
Newspaper Archive Introduction: This lot forms part of an impressive collection of 1910s-1960s sports and U.S. history newspapers offered in our current auction. Typical of newspaper archives of this vintage, the preservation is quite strong in the central areas, with expected perimeter tanning and chipping. That said, it's important to emphasize that the pages are refreshingly sturdy and supple overall, not brittle unless specifically noted as such in rare instances. There are also some previously bound "rag" editions that came directly out of newspaper files and thus exhibit white pages with very little edge chipping.