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Hall of Famer Joe Tinker Dies 1948

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Hall of Famer Joe Tinker Dies 1948

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A 1948 press photograph, announcing that the Hall of Famer Joe Tinker has died. This famous member of the double team gang of Tinker to Evers to Chance has passed on. The photograph shows him in uniform in early days and as he looked in later life.

Retrographics is a dream come true for all kinds of history and sports buffs. As the licensee of The New York Times, the company publishes newspaper compilations from the greatest moments in sports history. These compilations and original memorabilia offer a nostalgic and fascinating look at our American past.

Why We Love This

A 1948 press photograph, announcing that the Hall of Famer Joe Tinker has died. This famous member of the double team gang of Tinker to Evers to Chance has passed on. The photograph shows him in uniform in early days and as he looked in later life.

Retrographics is a dream come true for all kinds of history and sports buffs. As the licensee of The New York Times, the company publishes newspaper compilations from the greatest moments in sports history. These compilations and original memorabilia offer a nostalgic and fascinating look at our American past.