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 1The 1934 All-Star Game   
 2The Case For Lou Gehrig Curato, Guy;  
 3Gehrig's Real "last Game." Schott, Arthur;  
 4The Yankees Slugging Rookie Ward, John J.; 1925 
 5How To Pitch Baseball Griffith, Clark; Hugh Fullerton; 1926 
 6The Leading Rookies of the Big League Year Gould, James M.; 1926 
 7The Yankees Began the Season as Experiments, Speedily Forged to a Commanding Lead, but Encountered More Serious Competition as the Season Waned  1926 
 8"I'm Not Trying To Hit Homers" - Lou Gehrig  1927 
 9Secrets of Baseball Told By Big League Players Charnley, Mitchell V., Ed.; 1927 
 10Editorial Comment  1927 
 11A Graphic Review of the Month in Baseball Hoppman, Ray; 1927 
 12A Graphic Review of the Month in Baseball Hoppman, Ray; 1927 
 13A Graphic Review of the Month in Baseball Hoppman, , Ray; 1927 
 14A Graphic Review of the Month in Baseball Hoppman, , Ray; 1927 
 15A Pair of Socks Moriarty, George; 1927 
 16Editorial Comment  1927 
 17Editorial Comment  1927 
 18The Formidable Club of the New York Yankees Whose Progress Through the Pennant Race Was Little More Than a Triumphal Procession  1927 
 19  1927 
 20The Job of Playing First Gehrig, Henry Louis (Lou); 1927 
 21 Hoppman, Ray; 1927 
 22Henry L. Gehrig  1927 
 23Henry L. Gehrig  1927 
 24Interlaced Fingers Do the Trick  1927 
 25Interlaced Fingers Do the Trick  1927 
 26Larruping Lou Hoefer, W. R.; 1927 
 27Lou Gehrig  1927 
 28Lou Gehrig Kelley, Matthew S.; 1927 
 29Lou Gehrig  1927 
 30On the Bench with George Moriarty Moriarty, George; 1927 
 31On the Bench with George Moriarty Moriarty, George; 1927 
 32The Formidable Club of the New York Yankees Whose Progress Through the Pennant Race Was Little More Than a Triumphal Procession  1927 
 33The Formidable Club of the New York Yankees Whose Progress Through the Pennant Race Was Little More Than a Triumphal Procession  1927 
 34In Camp  1928 
 35Innocents Abroad Kennedy, John B.; 1928 
 36Let the Records Determine Baseball's Leading Stars Lane, F.C.; 1928 
 37The Little Heinie Busch, Niven, Jr.; 1929 
 38Gehrig Joins Stock Exch. Firm  1929 
 39Making Major League History in 1930 Bloodgood, Clifford; 1930 
 40First Flush of Fame Williams, Joe; 1930 
 41Lou Gehrig in Spring Training With the Yankees  1930 
 42High Jinxes Rice, Grantland; 1931 
 43The Superlative in Baseball  1931 
 44The Greatest Player in the American League Lane, F.C.; 1931 
 45Girl Pitcher Fans Ruth and Gehrig Brandt, William; 1931 
 46Ruth Will Face Girl Pitcher Today: Home Run King Alarmed at Prospect Brandt, William; 1931 
 47Girl Pitcher Faces Yankees  1931 
 48Girl Pitcher, 17, Fans Ruth, Gehrig, Walks Tony, Quits  1931 
 49On Women Baseball Players Phillips, H.L.; 1931 
 50Japan: Fan  1932 
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