Published: August 15, 2016
DALLAS, TEXAS — Charles Conlon was a fixture on the baseball fields of the early Twentieth Century. Though he was just a man with a camera, the stories he told through his work are used day in and day out by baseball historians. Conlon’s life work, the 7,400 negatives offered in Heritage’s Platinum Night Sports Auction August 27-28, give a full picture of the game, from the legendary players to the umpires and managers. His photography provides an authoritative visual record for the early days of America’s national pastime and was oftentimes used for trading cards. For more information, www.ha.com or 214-528-3500.
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