Sugar Ray's Cafe
Title:
Sugar Ray's Cafe
Harlem New York (NY)

Description:
2074 Seventh Ave., at 124th St., New York City The Show Place of Harlem Breakfast--9:30 A.M. Luncheon--11:30 A.M. Dinner--4:00 PM TILL CLOSING


Two Boys Sparring - "Replying to Yours"
Title:
Two Boys Sparring - "Replying to Yours"
Divided Back PM 1909 Jun-19



Two Men With Boxing Gloves on - One Stocky, One Thin
Title:
Two Men With Boxing Gloves on - One Stocky, One Thin
Divided Back

Description:
The First Lesson


Boxing on Lakefront
Title:
Boxing on Lakefront
Real Photo unused



Boxers Posing - photo by George Mallard
Title:
Boxers Posing - photo by George Mallard
Lockport New York (NY), Real Photo unused


Two Boys Boxing
Title:
Two Boys Boxing
Real Photo unused



Jonny Andersen - Weitmester im Ringen Fedgw 1911 Wrestler
Title:
Jonny Andersen - Weitmester im Ringen Fedgw 1911 Wrestler
Divided Back unused


Stegmaier Brewing Co. / Tony Galento
Title:
Stegmaier Brewing Co. / Tony Galento
Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Beer that made Galento Famous Best Wishes Pal - from me and Steg! Tony Galento



Happy Hour, U.S. Naval Training Center
Title:
Happy Hour, U.S. Naval Training Center
Great Lakes Illinois (IL), Real Photo unused


Jack Dempsey Knocks Out Jess Willard
Title:
Jack Dempsey Knocks Out Jess Willard
Linen



Art Johnson - Lightweight Boxer
Title:
Art Johnson - Lightweight Boxer
Real Photo unused


Arthur DeKuh of Italy
Title:
Arthur DeKuh of Italy
Divided Back unused

Description:
Born, Italy, January 10, 1905



Boxing, Casuel Depot, May 20, 1927
Title:
Boxing, Casuel Depot, May 20, 1927
Real Photo


Boys Boxing
Title:
Boys Boxing
Loraine Wisconsin (WI), Real Photo unused



Outdoor scene with boxing ring
Title:
Outdoor scene with boxing ring
Real Photo unused


Camp Grant Saturday Afternoon Sports Boxing
Title:
Camp Grant Saturday Afternoon Sports Boxing
White Border unused



I am up against it
Title:
I am up against it
Divided Back unused


Photograph of Man Boxing - 3 views
Title:
Photograph of Man Boxing - 3 views
unused



If I Don't Come Around Soon, I'll be Out Later
Title:
If I Don't Come Around Soon, I'll be Out Later
Divided Back unused

Description:
P. Crosby Series 565


Boxing Match
Title:
Boxing Match
Real Photo unused



Sailor Aboard Ship Watching Boxing Match
Title:
Sailor Aboard Ship Watching Boxing Match
Real Photo unused


Sports in the Navy on Washington's Birthday - USS Texas
Title:
Sports in the Navy on Washington's Birthday - USS Texas
Real Photo unused



Marvin Atomic Mercer
Title:
Marvin Atomic Mercer
Real Photo unused

Description:
Junior Heavyweight Champion of the World


The Well Equipped Gymnasium and Shooting Gallery on the Ile De France - French Line
Title:
The Well Equipped Gymnasium and Shooting Gallery on the Ile De France - French Line
Real Photo unused



Boxing Match
Title:
Boxing Match
White Border unused


Jack Dempsey Knocks Out Jess Willard
Title:
Jack Dempsey Knocks Out Jess Willard
Linen PM 1953 Jul-26

Description:
Toledo, Ohio, July 4, 1919 and becomes champion of the world



Jack Dempsey, 1922
Title:
Jack Dempsey, 1922
Continental Chrome unused


Joe Jawson, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Title:
Joe Jawson, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
unused

Description:
Milwaukee never produced a tougher lad for ring service than Joe Jawson, a young Polish boy of the south side of the city. Joe is just 22 years of age and stands 5 feet 5 inches, scaling 133 pounds. He has been battling the best of the lightweights for the past two years and recently gave Tommy O'Brien and Johnny Mendelsohn, besides Ever Hammer the fights of their lives. He is a glutton for work, but lacks the knockout punch himself, but which he is fast developing. Under the tutelage of George Ryan, the old-time welterweight, Joe has been advancing rapidly and he is now in the first division ranks



Thai Boxing
Title:
Thai Boxing
Chrome unused


Muhammed Ali
Title:
Muhammed Ali
Chrome unused



Bermondsey Bill Wells
Title:
Bermondsey Bill Wells
White Border unused

Description:
Former European Welter Champion. When Charley Harvey, New York manager, was in London last year, he saw Billy Wells work against Johnny Basham and immedicately signed him to come to America. Wells like the States so well he became a regular citizen and now wants to box Mickey Walker for the world's title. Wells has won all his fights in the States, 15 in number. He won 33 out of 36 fights in Europe, and is considered the best contender for the title in the welter class. He was born in London and is 25 years of age, scaling 147 pounds


Geo. Chip
Title:
Geo. Chip
New Castle Pennsylvania (PA), White Border unused

Description:
Pennsylvania lad who claimed the middleweight for at time and lost it when he was stopped by Al McCoy of Brooklyn. Chip was born August 25, 1888, at Scranton, Pa; height, 5 feet 8 inches; weight, 158 pounds; color, white. Chip was considered one of the hardest hitters among the middles when he started out. He battled against the best and was always near the top of the ladder



Jimmie Wilde
Title:
Jimmie Wilde
Cardiff, White Border unused

Description:
Ex-champion flyweight of the world and one of the best little men since the days of Jimmy Barry and Pedlar Palmer. Jimmy was born in May 1892, at Pomtypridd, Wales; height, 5 feet 2 1/2 inches; weight, 105 pounds; color, white. He formerly worked in the coal mines of Wales, but was discovered and soon became a champion. Jimmy lost his title to Pancho Villa in June 1923


Jimmie Wilde
Title:
Jimmie Wilde
Cardiff, White Border unused

Description:
Ex-champion flyweight of the world and one of the best little men since the days of Jimmy Barry and Pedlar Palmer. Jimmy was born in May 1892 at Pomtypridd, Wales; height 5 feet 2 1/2 inches; weight, 105 pounds; color, white. He formerly worked in the coal mines of Wales, but was discovered and soon became a champion. Jimmy lost his title to Pancho Villa in June 1923



The Boxing Midgets Prince and King
Title:
The Boxing Midgets Prince and King
Divided Back unused


Boxing Match
Title:
Boxing Match
Real Photo



Peter Keenan
Title:
Peter Keenan
Linen unused

Description:
Glasgow. British Bantam Weight Champion Managed by Alex. Adams, 36 Lyoncross Road, Glasgow.


Boxing Is A Popular Sport Among The Soldiers
Title:
Boxing Is A Popular Sport Among The Soldiers
Keesler Field, Linen PM 1945 Jan-28

Description:
Boxing is a popular sport among the soldiers of Keesler Field



Boxing
Title:
Boxing
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2028 "watch his right, Battler!" "How can I when he's always pokin; me in the eye with it?"


Boxing Bout
Title:
Boxing Bout
Sampson New York (NY), Linen PM 1944 Mar-14

Description:
U. S. Naval Training Station



Sparring Match On Forecastle Of U. S. Man O'War
Title:
Sparring Match On Forecastle Of U. S. Man O'War
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Aug-00


Boxing For Fun Ad Efficiency
Title:
Boxing For Fun Ad Efficiency
White Border PM 1918 Sep-12



Ronnie Walcott
Title:
Ronnie Walcott
Chrome unused

Description:
Ronnie Walcott, Age: 13, Weight: 86lbs., Record: 90 unofficial fights, 16 official, 1 loss. Won San Angelo Paperweight championship in 1949 and Paperweight Championship in Regional Golden Gloves Tournament at San Angelo in 1949. Lost final bout in Regional Golden Gloves Tournament at Odessa in 1950 but won return match with same boy a short time later. At age 11, when this picture was taken, Ronnie was picked as one of the most scientific boxers in these parts. Other athletic achievements: Entered four events in 1950 san Angelo City swim Meet and won all four. He started swimming at age of four.


Fighting Jenault of the USS Texas
Title:
Fighting Jenault of the Texas
Real Photo unused



Fighting Denault of the USS Texas
Title:
Fighting Denault of the USS Texas
Real Photo unused


Boxing Match Navy South America?
Title:
Boxing Match Navy South America?
Real Photo unused



I am Up Against It - Two Men Boxing
Title:
I am Up Against It - Two Men Boxing
PM 1912 Nov-20

Description:
Comic Series 15 PROF SWATEM BOXING TAUGHT WHILE YOU WAIT PAYABLE INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE


Jack Dempsey
Title:
Jack Dempsey
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
"May I play host and say 'hello' to you in my restaurant where food and friendliness are knockouts." "The Meeting Place of the World" Jack Dempsey's Restaurant 50th Street at 8th Ave., N.Y.C.



Rocky Marciano World's Heavyweight Champion
Title:
Rocky Marciano World's Heavyweight Champion
Divided Back unused

Description:
Holland Furnace Company Training Camp Holland, Michigan


1908 Boxing Carnival, Chutes Park, During Fleet Week
Title:
1908 Boxing Carnival, Chutes Park, During Fleet Week
Los Angeles California (CA) unused

Description:
Series 2508 James.J.Jeffries-Referee



Early of the USS Texas
Title:
Early of the USS Texas
Real Photo unused

Description:
Boxing champion


Jack Dempsey (USA) World's Champion Prize Fighter
Title:
Jack Dempsey (USA) World's Champion Prize Fighter
Divided Back unused



Jack Dempsey, Salt Lake City, Utah
Title:
Jack Dempsey, Salt Lake City, Utah
Divided Back unused

Description:
Considered one of the greatest heavyweights of the century and who now holds the world's title, having defeated Georges Carpentier for the same at Jersey City, NJ, July 2, last, for a purse of $500,000 of which Jack received $300,000, the biggest ever heard of in a boxing match. Jack was born June 24, 1895, at Manassa, Colo.; height, 6 feet 1 1/2 inches; weight, 188 pounds; color, white. His record for 1919 and 1920: (listed below)


Frank Klaus
Title:
Frank Klaus
White Border unused

Description:
Claimant of the middleweight championship and who won from Georges Carpentier in Paris, 1912, in 19 rounds. Klaus was born in Pittsburgh, December 30, 1887; height, 5 feet 7 1/2 inches; weight, 158 pounds; color, white. He fought Stanley Ketchel, Jack Dillon, Jack Sullivan and other stars. His record the last two years of his career follows:



Earnie Shavers, Heavyweight Contender
Title:
Earnie Shavers, Heavyweight Contender
Chrome unused

Description:
Joseph "Blackie" Gennaro Mgr. Trained by Frank Luca. For Information - Contact Frank Luca. 303-32nd St. NW, Canton, Ohio 44709. Phone 216-492-8455 Home


Billy Papke
Title:
Billy Papke
Spring Vallye Illinois (IL), White Border unused

Description:
Spring Valley boy who won the middleweight championship from Stanley Ketchel and lost it to him within a few months time. Papke then went to Australia and while there Ketchel was killed. Papke again claimed the title but was beaten while there by Cyclone Johnny Tompson of Sycamore, Ill. Papke was born September 17, 1886, at Spring Valley, Ill



Carl Morris
Title:
Carl Morris
Tulsa Oklahoma (OK), White Border unused

Description:
Born Fulton, KY., Feb. 23, 1886. Height, 6 ft. 4 in. Weight, 235 lbs. Color, white. Nationality, Irish-Cherokee-Indian


Charlie White
Title:
Charlie White
Chicago Illinois (IL), White Border unused

Description:
Chicago lightweight who had three or four chances at the championship, but fell short a,h time and lost out. Charley was born March 25, 1891, in Liverpool, England; height, 5 feet 6 inches; weight, 135 pounds; color, white. White went against Champions Welsh. Wolgast, Leonard and Nelson, but never landed a winner. He has been up in the first division at all times and is still a challenger



Frankie Schmalzet of Milwauke, Wisconsin
Title:
Frankie Schmalzet of Milwauke, Wisconsin
White Border unused


Fred Fulton
Title:
Fred Fulton
Minnesota (MN), White Border unused

Description:
Challenger for the world's heavyweight title, Fred was born April 18, 1891 at Blue Rapids, Kas.; height, 6 feet 4 1/2 hinches; weight, 210 pounds; color, white. Fulton was matched with Jess Willard for the title, but it fell through. Later he met Jack Dempsey and was stopped in 23 seconds



Gene Tunney
Title:
Gene Tunney
White Border unused

Description:
World's Heavyweight Champion


Jack Dillon
Title:
Jack Dillon
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), White Border unused

Description:
The Indiana Bearcat, or "Giant Killer," as he was known, was without doubt one of the best men of his weight in America. Jack was a middleweight, but met all comers, whether 160 or 200 pounders or over. His defeat of many big heavyweights gave him the name of "Giant Killer." He was born February 2, 1891 , at Frankfort, Indiana. Height, 5 feet 7 1/2 inches; weight, 160 to 165 pounds; color, white. He tried to fight the past year, but was declared to be not physically fit by the New York Commission



Jean Driscoll
Title:
Jean Driscoll
Cardiff, White Border unused

Description:
Featherweight champion of England and one of the cleverest boxers known there during the past 25 years. Born December 15, 1880 at Cardiff, Wales; height 5 feet 4 1/2 inches; weight, 122 pounds; color white


Johnnie Griffiths Akron, OH
Title:
Johnnie Griffiths Akron, OH
White Border unused

Description:
The Ohio Flash, who was a contender for the lightweight title and again for the welterweight crown, but never landed either. Johnny was born Sepber 17, 1893 at Wadsworth, Ohio; height 5 feet 6 1/2 inches; weight, 145 pounds; color, white. Johnny made a trip to Australia in 1914 and made a big hit in that country



Kid Williams
Title:
Kid Williams
Baltimore Maryland (MD), White Border unused

Description:
Baltimore boy who held the bantam-weight championship and finally lost it to Pete Herman in a decision bout at New Orleans in 1917. The Kid was born December 5, 1893 at Copenhagen, Denmark; height, 5 feet 1 inch; weight, 118 pounds; color, white. He was a hard hitting bantam and beat all the stars of the game, winning his title from Johnny Coulon by a knockout in three rounds in 1914 at Los Angeles


Leach Cross
Title:
Leach Cross
New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
New York Hebrew who met all the good lightweights of the world and seldom took the short end. He was born in New York City, February 12, 1886; height, 5 feet 7 1/2 inches; weight, 135 pounds; color, white. Leach retired for a time about 1916, having moved from New York to California, but the big purses got his eye the past year and he made a comeback, which has been successful



Owen Moran
Title:
Owen Moran
London, White Border unused

Description:
One of the best featherweights and lightweights ever turned out in England. Moran boxed draws with Abe Attell in his prime; met the best feathers of his date and also the best lightweights of America. He also fought the famous Jem Driscoll several times and defeated Battling Nelson in 1910


Mike Dundee
Title:
Mike Dundee
Rock Island Illinois (IL), White Border unused

Description:
One of the real contenders to the featherweight crown is a namesake of Johnny Dundee, the present champion. Mike Dundee, himself an Italian like Johnny, has had over 80 battles and has never been defeated, nor even knocked off his pins. He came from Italy when a child and settled in Rock Island with is parents. Dick Curley, his manager, offered to back him to the extent against Eugene Criqui, the French Champion, when he came over here for the battle with Johnny Kilbane, to the extent of $20,000 to $50,000. Mike has beaten some very good boys, among them Andy Chaney, who was contender for the title. Few of them want his game. At present he has a challenge and forfeit up to meet Johnny Dundee for the title. He is 24 years of age and has a wife and two children



Silvino Jamito: Featherweight Champion of Phillippine Islands
Title:
Silvino Jamito: Featherweight Champion of Phillippine Islands
White Border unused


Camp Grant, Saturday Afternoon Sports: Boxing
Title:
Camp Grant, Saturday Afternoon Sports: Boxing
Divided Back unused

Description:
copyright 1917, R.I. Lo



Arena where Jefferies and Johnson fight took place
Title:
Arena where Jefferies and Johnson fight took place
Reno Nevada (NV), Real Photo PM 1910 Jul-3


A Message to the Boys: How to be Champ
Title:
A Message to the Boys: How to be Champ
Linen unused

Description:
May I play Host and say Hello to you in my restaurant where food and friendliness are knockouts



Cannonball Eddie Martin
Title:
Cannonball Eddie Martin
Brooklyn New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Cannonball Eddie Martin (Edward Vittorio Martino). Ex-World's Bantamweight Champion, 1924. (career statistics follow)


The Knock-Out
Title:
The Knock-Out
Divided Back PM Sep-04

Description:
Series 3029



Fake!
Title:
Fake!
Divided Back unused

Description:
C. Ryan Series X220


Who Am Champion Now Boxing
Title:
Who Am Champion Now Boxing
Divided Back PM 1910 JUL-06

Description:
Series 101



Who Am Champion Now? Boxing
Title:
Who Am Champion Now? Boxing
Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-11

Description:
Series 562


1907
Title:
1907
Divided Back unused

Description:
I Wish you Roosevelt's Luck, Rockfeller's Wealth, Jeffries health. James J. Jeffries



Joe Louis
Title:
Joe Louis
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Joe Louis (1914-1981) American heavyweight champion - “The Brown Bomber.”


Boxing Ring, Gym
Title:
Boxing Ring, Gym
Divided Back PM 1945 Jan-02

Description:
Conversion of an RB. 1 Building into a Squadron Gymnasium. Tune in "Free For All" all-soldier show every Thursday 7:30 p.m. c.w.t. W W L, New Orleans.



Boxing On Board United States Warship
Title:
Boxing On Board United States Warship
Divided Back unused




Total: 81 Items