3 Negro Leagues Books, One on the Indianapolis Clowns, and Clowns “Fun Program.”
Lot 367. 3 Negro Leagues Books, One on the Indianapolis Clowns, and Clowns “Fun Program.” 1. “The Negro Baseball Leagues: A Photographic History” by Phil Dixon with Patrick J. Hannigan, 1992 apparent first edition, ex+ book and dust jacket, 364-page hardback, 8.75” x 11.25” format. 2. “The Negro Leagues Book” edited by Dick Clark and Larry Lester, 1994 softcover first edition from SABR, vg+ to ex with one page loose, 380 pages of history and excellent reference material, 8.5” x 11.25” format. 3. “Some Are Called Clowns: A Season with the Last of the Great Barnstorming Baseball Teams” by Bill Heward with Dimitri V. Gat, 1975 first printing paperback, 320 pages, vg+ to ex. 4. “Ed Hamman’s Indianapolis Clowns Baseball Laffs,” undated eight-page program likely from the early 1970s with sports jokes, some information on the team and photos of “Outstanding Graduates” of the team – Hank Aaron and Paul Casanova. Vg. Winning Bid $50.