Alert Club of Elmira
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|Earliest Known Date||1866|
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|Location||Elmira, NY, United States|
The Alert Club of Elmira NY is listed in Peverelly . It may well have formed earlier.
This club sent D. B. Hill as a delegate to the 1866 National Baseball Convention. This was David B. Hill, the city attorney, later governor of New York and US Senator. See New York Clipper, Dec. 22, 1866.
The Elmira Telegram, Sept. 12, 1915 has a long article on baseball in Elmira in the 1860s. It discusses at some length the Alert and the Excelsiors. Gives the officers of these clubs.
The Elmira Telegram, Sept. 12, 1915
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|Found by||Bruce Allardice|
|Entered by||Bruce Allardice|
|First in Location||Elmira, NY|
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|1866||1 Played||0 Won||0 Lost||0 Tied|
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|Ballgame||1866-04-26||Elmira||NY||Alert Club of Elmira||Union Club of Elmira||Bruce Allardice|
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