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November 24, 2010


Gary Ashwill

The photo was published in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle on December 20, 1918, so yes, it's in the public domain.

Mischa Gelman

I assume the picture of Webster is in the public domain. I'd like to add it to the bio of Webster I just did for Baseball-Reference's Bullpen: http://www.baseball-reference.com/bullpen/Pearl_Webster

Gary Ashwill

So he is--thanks, Bill!

Bill Mullins

Chicago Tribune, 11/27/1918 p 8 says that Triplett died of disease.

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