Bazz Owen Smaulding Papers,
Scope and Content
Collection consists of materials created and collected by Smaulding. Most of the items relate to his athletic career, including a scrapbook of newspaper clippings on his achievements as a high school athlete and professional baseball player, and yearbooks of Albuquerque High School from 1917, 1918, 1920, and 1924. Collection also includes Smaulding's 1923 contract with the semi-professional baseball team the Queen City Stars of Seattle, and the constitution and by-laws of the Chicago-Piney Woods Club, an organization for black children that employed Smaulding as coach and teacher. The photographs in this collection are primarily of Smaulding and various family members, but also included is a team photograph of Gilkerson's Union Giants in 1932.
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Smaulding was considered one of the best athletes to come from New Mexico. He graduated from Albuquerque High School in 1919 and played for three professional baseball teams: the Kansas City Monarchs (1928-30) and the American Giants of Chicago (1930-31) in the negro baseball leagues, and Gilkerson's Union Giants of Chicago (1931-35).
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- Inventory of the Bazz Owen Smaulding Papers, 1915-1981
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- Finding aid is in English
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