GLENN CUNNINGHAM - CLIPPED SIGNATURE 02/06/1937 - HFSID 913
Sale Price $126.00
Signature on a slip of paper, solicited in Madison Square Garden in 1937
Signature: "Glenn Cunningham", 3½x2 slip, attached to 8x2¼ piece of sheet (two surfaces). Ink note (unknown hand): "February 6, 1937/Melina [?] A. C. Games/Md. Sq. Garden." Glenn Cunningham (1909-1988) was one of the world's top middle distance runners during the 1930s, winning the prestigious Sullivan Award in 1933 as the nation's top amateur athlete. Cunningham won two national collegiate titles and eight AAU crowns and set a world one-mile record of 4:06.8 in 1934 that stood for three years. Cunningham won a silver medal in the 1936 Olympics 1,500-meter run. A¾x¼ tear on background paper, not affecting signature. Otherwise, fine condition.
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