Film, Video That baseball rag [illustrated]

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That baseball rag [illustrated]
Contributor Names
Collins, Arthur -- 1864-1933 (vocalist)
Wolff, Dave (lyricist)
Jones, Clarence (composer)
Subject Headings
-  Popular Songs of the Day
-  Songs and Music
-  Sports and Leisure
-  Progressive Era to New Era (1900-1929)
-  Audio track from online Jukebox. 3332 (General)
-  Photos used: [President Woodrow Wilson throwing out the first ball, opening day, 1916] ( ) -- Baseball fans - at Polo Grounds, N.Y. April 12, 1911 ( -- Bugs Raymond, New York Giants, baseball card portrait ( ) -- Oscar Stanage/Edgar Summers, Detroit Tigers, baseball card portrait] ( ) -- [Orval Overall/James P. Archer, Chicago Cubs, baseball card portrait] ( )- [Out at third,baseball card portrait] ( ) -- Female baseball player ( )- [Tex Erwin, Brooklyn Dodgers, baseball card portrait] ( ) -- [John Peter "Honus" Wagner, shortstop, Pittsburgh, National League] ( ) -- [Clarence "Pants" Rowland, manager of the Chicago White Sox, (right) talks with his pitcher, Eddie Cicotte, (left) in the dugout during a game] ( ) -- Guy Harris "Doc" White, pitcher for the Chicago American League, throwing ball ( )- [Tyrus Raymond Cobb, Detroit AL (baseball)] ( ) -- [Frank Gilhooley, baseball player with the New York Yankees, swings his bat at home plate] ( ) -- Ball's-eye view of a home run ( ) -- [Eddie Murphy, batting for Philadelphia AL, Apr. 15, 1914 (baseball)] ( ) -- [Chas. F. Dooin/Michael Doolan, Philadelphia Phillies, baseball card portrait] ( ) -- [Edward Sweeney/Russell Ford, New York Highlanders, baseball card portrait] ( ) (Content)
-  Matrix: B13420-2 (source note)
-  Recorded on June 12, 1913 (date)
-  4:3
1 video ; 3 min.
Music Division
LC Classification
Victor 17377
Online Format
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Chicago citation style:

Collins, Arthur, Dave Wolff, and Clarence Jones. That Baseball Rag Illustrated. Video.

APA citation style:

Collins, A., Wolff, D. & Jones, C. That Baseball Rag Illustrated. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

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Collins, Arthur, Dave Wolff, and Clarence Jones. That Baseball Rag Illustrated. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.

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