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Reply Ryan Franz
7:02 PM on April 27, 2016 
I love the Sparky Adams autograph! He is my Great Uncle, my paternal Grandmother's brother!
Reply CESAR FERNANDEZ
10:42 AM on June 14, 2012 
Hi:

i have a head ache looking for an auto that i'm very interested in!!!!!
I hope you can help me to get one!!!!
i'm looking for Tony Morabito and Vic Morabito autograph (first 49ers owner and founder) and his brother (co-owner)
Do you have one you are willing to sell????

Please let me know.

my best wishes
Reply Greg Stahlnecker
5:49 PM on May 14, 2012 
Hi, my name is Greg, and I am a LSU collector. I have been collecting since I was 18, and am now 22. I am trying to collect autos of the great deceased LSU players and coaches. I had the chance to buy two Abe Mickal autos but lost out for two reasons. One got taken out from under me and the other I forgot to bid on the auction. The later were perfect, which makes it all the more worse. It was made out "To Greg Abe Mickal LSU". It was PSA/DNA slabbed and went for $30.
I came across your site while looking for an Abe Mickal autograph.
I was wondering if you would want to sell yours.
I might also be interesed in these if we can come to a deal on the Mickal autos:
A.H. ?Rip? Collins
Steve Van Burren signed philly 8x10
Kenny Konz
Please send me an email back.
Let me know
Greg
Reply Chad
11:07 PM on December 3, 2011 
Do you still have the Frank "Pop" Ivy auto for sale?
Reply ucnikkijamesc4
2:10 AM on June 16, 2011 
Awesome webpage from Oda Palisano
Reply morevintagefootballautographs
8:27 AM on December 18, 2010 
RonT says...
Hey guys just a quick note to correct an error in your bios. You show Milt Plum passing in 1996. I was his next door neighbor in Raleigh NC from 1993 until 2006. So far as I know he is still alive and kicking with his boots on. He certainly did not pass away in 1996. By the way he may not have been the greatest quarterback of all time but Don Paul is dead wrong about him. he was a very good quarterback and still is a super nice guy.
Ron Thomas

Thank you for the correction. It was based on some misinformation from Professional Football Researhers Association which is usually a trusted source. Plum's entry has been deleted. Glad to learn he is still very much alive.
Reply RonT
2:40 PM on December 17, 2010 
Hey guys just a quick note to correct an error in your bios. You show Milt Plum passing in 1996. I was his next door neighbor in Raleigh NC from 1993 until 2006. So far as I know he is still alive and kicking with his boots on. He certainly did not pass away in 1996. By the way he may not have been the greatest quarterback of all time but Don Paul is dead wrong about him. he was a very good quarterback and still is a super nice guy.
Ron Thomas
Reply morevintagefootballautographs
8:28 PM on September 19, 2010 
Glenn Daukas says...
Mel;
I have an original 1947 game program for the Brookly Dodgers vs Buffalo Bills. If you would like a copy let me know.

How nice to hear from you regarding my vintage football autograph websites. The entry for your dad is on my Vintage Football Autographs website and your uncle is on my More Vintage Football Autographs site. Your dad corresponded with me in May 1998. I have a questionnaire he filled out about his football career that I used for information in helping compile some pro football encyclopedias. Your uncle filled out a similar questionnaire for me in January 1993. I overwhelmingly found the old pro football players to be gracious and interested in providing the facts about their sports careers. It wasn't until later that I started interviewing some of them and transcribing their stories. I wish I had started earlier in doing that. I hope you got your father's story.

As to your offer of an old game program, that is most generous. I do have several old programs that I treasure that have been given to me.

At one time I was also trying to put together a book on WWII service teams, but the project became larger than I had the resources to complete. Your dad was on a service team in 1944 and 1945--the Fort Warren Broncos. I may have some copies of their programs in my files.
Reply Glenn Daukas
3:14 PM on September 3, 2010 
Mel;
I have an original 1947 game program for the Brookly Dodgers vs Buffalo Bills. If you would like a copy let me know.
Reply Glenn Daukas
3:11 PM on September 3, 2010 
My father was Lou Daukas and my uncle was Nick Daukas. Both played for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Lou was also inducted into the Cornell Sports Hall of Fame for both football and baseball.

Nice site

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