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Gilbert L. Friedlein Papers, 1880s-1961

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Creator:
Friedlein, Gilbert L. 1884-
Friedlein, Gilbert L., Jr 1921-
Collector:
Music, Sports and Entertainment, Division of, NMAH, SI
Physical description:
0.15 cu. ft. : 1 box
Type:
Photographs
Collection descriptions
Letters (correspondence)
Contracts
Clippings
Date:
1880
1880-1961
1880s-1961
19th century
20th century
Notes:
Born in 1884, Friedlein was a grain elevator owner, and semi-pro baseball player. His son Gilbert Jr. was born in 1921, and was a musician.
Summary:
Two letters; numerous clippings relating to the life of Gilbert Friedlein and to members of his family; photographs of Friedlein, his parents, his son Gilbert Friedlein, Jr., of Gilbert Junior's band, of the grain elevator owned by Gilbert Senior before and after it was destroyed by fire; and a 1908 contract (relating to Gilbert Senior) with the Northern League of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues.
Cite as:
Gilbert L. Friedlein Papers, 1880s-1961, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Topic:
Grain elevators
Baseball players
Bands (Music)
Musicians
Local number:
2007.3010 (NMAH Acc.)
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

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