Details for her services are not yet available but will appear this week in probably the Philadelphia Inquirer amongst other local papers. Ms. Clark was a huge dedicated supporter of the Society and until her health started to fail a few years ago attended practically all of the Society events. Her daughter Alice Cunningham advises […]
THE JUNE 8th LIVE AUCTION SCHEDULED AT THE HORSHAM DAYS INN HAS BEEN CANCELLED. WE ARE SORRY FOR THIS LATE NOTICE HOWEVER CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL FORCED US TO CANCEL. Mark your calendars for Saturday June 8th to be at the Horsham Days Inn, at 10 AM, as the A’s Society sponsors a live auction […]
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Society Saddened by the Death of Joe Astroth, click here to download story.
The Directors of the Philadelphia Athletics Historical Society have announced that because of financial responsibilities beyond their control that the Society will close the Hatboro facility and the conclusion of business on Saturday, April 27, 2013. Shortly after that date the Society Museum will be open to the general public at their new home inside […]
On January 12, 2013, Charles “Bubba” Harris, Jr. passed away in Nobleton, Florida. He was a World War II vet and made it to the majors in 1948 to pitch for the Philadelphia Athletics. http://www.baseball-reference.com/bullpen/Bubba_Harris