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#864 - Joe Louis

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“Max was always joking too much”—Louis on his 1935 ‘fight of the year’ opponent
Description                           Estimate: $800 - 1,000          

TLS, one page, 8 x 11, personal letterhead, November 4, 1935. Letter to editor Charles Casselberry, in part: “Thanks for all the mentions in the new article and especially about the Brown Bomber Softball Team. Marva and Chappie are doing fine and so is Nathan.…I’ll get those photos out to you just as soon as they are developed at the studio. I like the ones of me an[d] Baer at the weigh in. Max was always joking too much.” In fine condition. Pre-certified PSA/DNA.

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