'Ladies' Club of Pensacola
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|Earliest Known Date||1867|
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|Location||Pensacola, FL, United States|
The Bangor Daily Whig, July 12, 1867, reports "The young ladies of Pensacola, Florida, have organized a base ball club."
The reports added that if a lady got tripped by her hoop skirt while running the bases, she'd be expelled from the team. See Chadwick's "Ball Player's Chronicle," July 25, 1867.
This item was reported in several newspapers. It might be tongue-in-cheek.
The Bangor Daily Whig, July 12, 1867
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|Found by||Bruce Allardice|
|Entered by||Bruce Allardice|
|First in Location||Pensacola, FL|
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