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 1Surprises and Disappointments of 1932 Scheiffele, Fred; 1933 
 2[cover illustration]  1936 
 3Baseball Beginnings Anderson, Arthur O.W.; 1936 
 4Catching Up With The Correspondence  1936 
 5Nationalities  1936 
 6Curve Balling The Official Records Anderson, Arthur O.W.; 1937 
 7Roger "Flit" Cramer Seewall; 1937 
 8All-Star Athletics Scully, Charles; 1938 
 9They Call Him "Flit" Bloodgood, Clifford; 1939 
 10Recognition Overdue Veech, Ellis J.; 1943 
 11Recongition Overdue Veech, Ellis J.; 1944 
 12"Connie Mack is the Greatest Outfielder I Every Saw," Says Doc Cramer in Interview Rumill, Ed; 1944 
 13On Stealing Signs and Swiping Signals Rumill, Ed; 1944 
 14First Roomies Bloodgood, Clifford; 1947 
 15Always Be In Position Rumill, Ed; 1949 
 16  1950 
 17Roger Maxwell (Doc) Cramer Smith, Ira L.; 1954 
 18  1954 
 19Nellie Made Himself Furlong, Bill; 1960 
 20Nellie Made Himself Furlong, Bill; 1960 
 21Doc's Needle Sharpened Hoot  1961 
 22Parting Shot? Rumill, Ed; 1965 
 23Storied Stars Romped in Bosox Center Garden Cohane, Tim; 1971 
 24 Du Vall, Bob; 1971 
 25Doc Cramer, 1929-1948 Honig, Donald; 1975 
 26An Old-Time Batting Star Rates Modern Players Sansevere, Bob; 1981 
 27Doc Cramer Green, Paul; 1984 
 28Cramer, Roger Maxwell "Doc," "Flit" Linthurst, B. Randolph; 1987 
 29Cramer and Williams: A Classic Collision in the Outfield Obojski, Robert; 1988 
 30Doc Cramer - A Star In Many Ways Westcott, Rich; 1988 
 31  1990 
 32Cobb Would Have Caught It: the Golden Age of Baseball in Detroit Bak, Richard; 1991 
 33The Last Autograph Gibbons, Michael; 1992 
 34Red Sox Capsule Callis, Jim; 1998 
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