LA Baseball in Pasadena CA on Thurs., Nov. 29

Friends & Reliquarians:

The Baseball Reliquary concludes its busy 2018 season of exhibitions and programming with a very special evening this Thursday, November 29, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Donald R. Wright Auditorium, Pasadena Central Library, 285 E. Walnut Street. The official flyer is attached.

We present “L.A. Baseball: From the Pacific Coast League to the Major Leagues,” a panel discussion and reading related to the new book published by the Photo Friends of the Los Angeles Public Library and edited by longtime Reliquarian David Davis. Featured speakers will include several contributors to the book: Tomas J. Benitez, David Davis, Lynell George, Amy Inouye, Glynn Martin, Bob Timmermann, and Tom Zimmerman.

Copies of “L.A. Baseball: From the Pacific Coast League to the Major Leagues” will be available for $16.39 (which includes CA sales tax), payable by cash, check, or credit card.

We hope to see you next Thursday!

Terry Cannon
Executive Director
The Baseball Reliquary

phone: (626) 791-7647


As a Reliquarian in Houston, we simply want to express our support for your attendance at the last great opportunity in 2018 to experience the fine historical work that the Baseball Reliquary does for fans living in the Greater LA area ~ and also the many travelers to that hub US city. If you are subscriber to The Pecan Park Eagle ! and are going to be in the Pasadena CA this coming Thursday, please treat yourself to the opportunity that avails to you, via the Baseball Reliquary.

And please accepts our wishes again for a peaceful and happy holiday season. And you know what helps a lot of us this time of year. ~ The smiles come easily when we keep in mind that ~ after New Years, spring training is only about six weeks away!



Bill McCurdy

Principal Writer, Editor, Publisher

The Pecan Park Eagle

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