Jack Bentley Baseball Collection

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Jack Bentley Baseball Collection
Did you know that Sandy Spring was home to a professional baseball player? Sandy Spring native Jack Bentley was a left-handed pitcher over parts of nine seasons (1913–1916, 1923–1927) with the Washington Senators, New York Giants and Philadelphia Phillies. Outside of his baseball career, Bentley also served with the 313th Infantry in France during World War I. This collection contains letters, essays, contracts, and family history from Jack Bentley's baseball career and personal life.
Essay: Jack Bentley on Brooke foxhounds, undated

Essay: Jack Bentley on Brooke foxhounds, undated

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10 pages: 10% complete (0% indexed, 10% transcribed)
Essay: Jack Bentley on Brooke foxhounds, undated

Essay: Jack Bentley on Brooke foxhounds, undated

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38 pages: 2% complete (0% indexed, 14% transcribed, 11% needs review)
Letter: Jack Bentley to Cornelia Bentley, October 22, 1924

Letter: Jack Bentley to Cornelia Bentley, October 22, 1924

4 pages: 50% complete (0% indexed, 100% transcribed, 50% needs review)
Manuscript: “My Best Baseball Story”

Manuscript: “My Best Baseball Story”

3 pages: 33% complete (0% indexed, 100% transcribed, 67% needs review)
Poetry celebrating 25th wedding anniversary of John C. and Cornelia H. Bentley, 1907

Poetry celebrating 25th wedding anniversary of John C. and Cornelia H. Bentley, 1907

12 pages: 91% complete (0% indexed, 100% transcribed, 8% needs review)
Reminicences: Jack Bentley (1896-1969)

Reminicences: Jack Bentley (1896-1969)

9 pages: 22% complete (0% indexed, 89% transcribed, 67% needs review)
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