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 1Jack Be Nimble   
 2Irvin Was Original Selection For (Jackie) Robinson Role Riley, Jim;  
 3Steals of Home By Jackie Robinson Davids, L. Robert;  
 4Around and About Barton, George A.; 1941 
 5 Young, Frank A.; 1941 
 6To Rickey, Stoneham, MacPhail Burley, Dan; 1945 
 7 Wilson, W. Rollo; 1945 
 8Sports: Jackie Robinson Stone, Bob; 1945 
 9Playing Ball Winterich, John T.; 1945 
 10Jackie Robinson; Brooklyn Dodgers Sign First Negro To Play For Organized Baseball  1945 
 11Baseball's First Negro; the Dodgers Sign Jackie Robinson - First Breach in Game's Racial Barrier  1945 
 12Baseball's First Negro; the Dodgers Sign Jackie Robinson - First Breach in Game's Racial Barrier  1945 
 13Branch Breaks the Ice  1945 
 14A Negro On the Farm  1945 
 15Branch Breaks the Ice: Brooklyn Signed Jack Roosevelt Robinson, Negro Shortstop  1945 
 16Regardless of Race, Color Or - Laney, Al; 1945 
 17Regardless of Race, Color Or - Laney, Al; 1945 
 18Negro Ace Outstanding Prospect Burr, Harold C.; 1945 
 19No Black Ball for Black Jackie Turkin, Hy; 1946 
 20A Branch Grows in Brooklyn Cohane, Tim; 1946 
 21Iron Men of Baseball Morse, George C.; 1946 
 22It Was a Great Day in Jersey Smith, Wendell; 1946 
 23For the Record  1946 
 24Negro Baseball: 1946 Yearbook  1946 
 25Baseball: First Days  1946 
 26Baseball's Dark Question; the Inside Story of How Branch Rickey Came To Sign a Negro and What's Going To Happen From Here On In Dexter, Charles; 1946 
 27Jackie Makes Good  1946 
 28Baseball: Royal Robinson  1946 
 29Jackie Robinson Wins Negro History Week Award  1946 
 30First Negro to Join Organized Baseball  1946 
 31Say Jack Robinson Mann, Arthur; 1946 
 32A Branch Grows in Brooklyn; Branch Rickey Flourishes in Flatbush, Champions the Negro in Baseball, and Is the Father of Major League's Profitable Farm System Cohane, Tim; 1946 
 33A Branch Grows in Brooklyn; Branch Rickey Flourishes in Flatbush, Champions the Negro in Baseball, and Is the Father of Major League's Profitable Farm System Cohane, Tim; 1946 
 34Say Jack Robinson Mann, Arthur; Photographs by Bill King; 1946 
 35Jackie Takes a Bride; Weds College Sweetheart in Los Angeles  1946 
 36Safe at First; Negroes Have Hit Pay Dirt in Big League Bal. Will They Stay In? Dodger Deny Rumor That Jackie Will Be in Lineup. But It's Possible. Your Move Rickey!  1946 
 37Robinson Makes Good  1946 
 38Jackie Robinson and My Sister Harris, Mark; 1946 
 3924-Letter Man Mann, Arthur; 1946 
 40Elmer Q. Has Something on His Mind Perkins, Albert R.; Ernest V. Heyn; John Winkin; 1947 
 41Robinson, Jackie  1947 
 42Dem Bums Abroad: the Brooklyn Dodgers At Havana Training Camp Groth, John; 1947 
 43Baseball: A Historical Narrative of the Game, the Men Who Have Played It and Its Place in American Life Smith, Robert; 1947 
 44Brooklyn Dodgers 5, Boston Braves 3 Cannon, Jimmy; 1947 
 45Fans Plead For Jackie's Robinson Smith, Wendell; 1947 
 46Dodgers Purchase Robinson, First Negro in Modern Major League Baseball Effrat, Louis; 1947 
 47Royals' Star Signs With Brooks Today Effrat, Louis; 1947 
 48 Young, Frank A.; 1947 
 49Baseball: Time To Decide  1947 
 50Jackie Robinson to Appear on Information Please Radio Program  1947 
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