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Joe Sanders Playing Billiards
Joe Sanders Playing Billiards
TitleJoe Sanders Playing Billiards
DescriptionIdentification with photograph reads "Old Maestro vs. Ole Lefthander at Billliards. Ben Bernie and Joe Sanders, famous orchestra leaders and better knwon as 'the old maestro' and 'old left-hander', respectively, recently matched their skill at their favorite pastime-billiards-in Chicago....Left to right; Augie Kieckhefer, ten times former world three-cushion campion; Joe Sanders, Willie Mosconi, pocket billiards ace; Ben Bernie, Allen Hall, runner-up in the 1934 world title angle tournament, and the one and only Ralph Greenleaf, 13-times former world pocket billiards king and recognized as the greatest pocket billiardist of all time."
Item TypePhotograph, b/w
CollectionJoe Sanders (SC1-1)
See finding aid: http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Local,37155
NotesAlso found in Box 1, Folder 12, Number 10. See also Box 18, Folder 10 for use of pictures in Bowling and Billards Magazine, Oct., 1935.
LocationSC1-1, Box 1, Folder 11, Number 7
Local SubjectSanders, Joe
Bernie, Ben
Mosconi, Willie
Digital Formatjpeg
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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