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Thu, 1899-11-02

Henry Chadwick, called the "Father of Baseball", visits US President William McKinley in Washington, DC, to propose that Army regiments be provided with baseball equipment. This is Chadwick's first presidential interview since his visit with President Abraham Lincoln in 1861.

 

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