Dates: June 9-11, 1999. Cooperstown, New York. Co-Sponsored by The State University of New York, College at Oneonta and The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc.
Keynote Speaker: Eliot Asinof
Author of thirteen books, including Eight Men Out and Man on Spikes
30 papers from a variety of disciplines that examine the impact of baseball
on American culture: past, present and future. This year's program will
also include the world premiere of a one-act play on the story of Effa
Manley, the only woman co-owner and general manager of a Negro League
franchise, the Newark Eagles. All session will be held at the National
Baseball Hall of Fame.
Registration Fee: $145.00
(Includes continental breakfast each day, a catered picnic, refreshments,
all materials, and a three day pass to the Hall of Fame)
For Registration Material and Complete Program Information contact Fawn Holland.
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