From 1949 Until 1990, Dorothy Jane Mills Quietly Contributed Her Research And Writing To The First Baseball Histories Ever Written By A Historian The Wife Of Historian Harold Seymour, She Found Herself Increasingly Involved With His Books, As The Couple Presided Over Mountains Of Records On The Game And Worked To Prepare His Imposing Manuscripts For Press But She Received No Official Credit It Was After Dr Seymours Passing That Other Researchers Learned She Was The Unattributed Co Author Of Much Of His Work This Important Memoir Reveals Details Of The Authors Partnership With Baseballs Most Revered Historian Many New Facts Regarding Mills Role Come To Light Mills, Now Recognized As The Games First Woman Historian, Also Explains How Her Work As A Teacher, Editor, Novelist, Childrens Author, And Public Speaker Fit Into Her Baseball Work The Book Contains Numerous Photographs From The Authors Personal Collection, Most Of Them In Print For The First Time As Well As A Foreword By Steve Gietschier Of The Sporting News.
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- 244 pages
- A Woman's Work: Writing Baseball History With Harold Seymour
- Dorothy Jane Mills
- 22 May 2018 Dorothy Jane Mills