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November 18, 1934 Boston Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles Program - Sharp!

Lot Number 995

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Not long for Braves Field, the Boston Braves NFL installment moved to Fenway Park and, with new head coach and Wisconsin native “Lone Star” Dietz a proclaimed Native American, changed its name to Boston “Redskins.” The franchise endured five years in front of sparse crowds before heading south to the Nation’s Capital, where the controversial moniker has remained. This gameday program hails from the 1934 season, the Redskins’ third straight with an even .500 record. While “Boston” Redskins artifacts are decidedly rare in any form, this one is all the more appealing because of its stunning preservation. Issued at the Baker Bowl for the November 18, 1934 showdown, the 12-page guide presents minimally at the (EX) plateau with covers and crisp pages completely intact and free of any creases or compacting folds (which are inherent to the vast majority of stadium-issued publications from this era).  

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