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365 Days of Black History Calendars
365 Days of Black History Calendars



BLACK HISTORY ATHLETES
The Biographical Encyclopedia of the Negro Baseball Leagues
The Biographical Encyclopedia of the Negro Baseball Leagues

Only the Ball was White
Only the Ball Was White: A History of Legendary Black Players and All-Black Professional Teams

Black Diamond: The Story of the Negro Baseball Leagues
Black Diamond:
The Story of the Negro Baseball Leagues

Baseball- A Film by Ken Burns
Baseball-
A Film by
Ken Burns

I Was Right on Time
I Was Right
On Time: My Journey from Negro Leagues to the Majors
Buck O'Neil



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Black History & African American Athletes Posters & Art Prints
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Black History posters of the famous African American athletes and athletic organizations: Negro Leagues, Harlem Globetrotters.

Hank Aaron
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Muhammad Ali

Henry Armstrong
Arthur Ashe
Roberto Clemente

Wilt Chamberlain
Alice Coachman
Joe Frazier



Black Ball- The Negro Baseball Leagues Poster
Black Ball-
The Negro
Baseball Leagues
Poster

Black Ball- The Negro Baseball Leagues

• Josh Gibson
• Oscar Charleston
• Satchel Paige
• Ray Dandridge
• New York Lincoln Giants
• Pittsburgh Crawfords
• Pablo Mesa
• Alejandro Olms
• Leland Giants
• James Thomas
• Kansas City Monarchs
• John Henry “Pop” Lloyd
• Philadelphia Hillsdales
• Walter Fenner “Buck” Leonard
• Willian Julius “Judy” Johnson
• Brown’s Tennessee Rats

Legends of Baseball-the Negro League poster
Legends of Baseball-the Negro League poster

Legends of Baseball-
c. 1885-1950
The Negro League, Baseball Players Association, Series One


History of Baseball poster
History of Baseball Poster

History of Baseball
in the Major Leagues


Harlem Globetrotters, Photographic Print
Harlem Globetrotters Photographic Print

The Globetrotters, an exhibition basketball team created by Abe Saperstein in 1920s, is noted for their athletic abilities and comic entertainment.


Hammerin' Hank Aaron, Art Print
Hammerin' Hank Aaron,
Art Print

Hank Aaron
b. 2-5-1934, Mobile, Alabama


KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR - Los Angeles Lakers AUTOGRAPH - Signed 8x10 Photo
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar,
autograph Photo

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (née Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor, Jr.)
b. 4-16-1947; NY


Muhammad Ali Poster
Muhammad Ali
Poster

Muhammad Ali
b. 1-17-1942; Louisville, KY

• more Muhammad Ali posters


Henry Armstrong print
Henry Armstrong print


Henry Armstrong, née Henry Jackson, Jr.
b. 12-12-1912; Columbus Mississippi (raised in St. Louis, MO)
d. 10-22-1988; Los Angeles, CA

Henry Armstrong, the son of sharecroppers of African American, Irish, and Native American descent, is regarded as one of the greatest fighters of all time.

Armstrong has the distinction of being the only boxer to hold three world championships at the same time and also defended the Welterweight championship more times than any other fighter. After retiring from the ring, he became a Baptist minister.


Arthur Ashe, LIFE Magazine Cover, September 20, 1968, Photographic Print
Arthur Ashe, LIFE Magazine Cover, September 20, 1968,
Photographic Print

Arthur Ashe
b. 7-10-1943; Richmond, VA
d. 2-6-1993; NYC

Arthur Ashe, a professional tennis player, won three Grand Slam titles, and made great effort to further social causes.


Roberto Clemente 30th Aniversary Composite ©Photofile
Roberto Clemente
1972 - 2002,
30th Aniversary Composite ©Photofile

Roberto Clemente
b. 8-18-1934; Puerto Rico
d. 12-31-1972; plane crash

Roberto Clemente died in a plane crash enroute to delivering relief supplies to victims of the 1972 earthquake in Nicaragua.

Career Achievements, Playing Record

Hispanic Heritage posters


Wilt Chamberlain Photograph Print
Wilt Chamberlain Photograph Print

Wilt Chamberlain
b. 8-21-1936; Philadelphia, PA
d. 10-12-1999; Bel-Air, CA


Alice Coachman Photographic Print
Alice Coachman Photographic Print

Alice Coachman
b. 11-9-1923; Albany, GA

Alice Coachman, the first black woman to win an Olympic gold medal, won the 1948 Women's high jump and broke the Olympic record with 5'6 1/8".


Boxer Joe Frazier Photographic Print
Boxer Joe Frazier
Photographic Print

Joe Frazier
b. 1-12-1944; Beaufort, South Carolina
d. 11-7-2011; Philadelphia (liver cancer)

Professional boxer, Olympic gold medalist and Undisputed World Heavyweight Champion "Smokin' Joe” was active from 1965 to 1976, with a one-fight comeback in 1981.


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