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Orange Lionettes womens softball team, Orange, California, 1962
Date Created and/or Issued
Publication Information
Orange Public Library
Contributing Institution
Orange Public Library and History Center
Orange Public Library Local History Collection
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Orange Lionettes womens softball team, Orange, California, 1962. Image shows group portrait of 15 team members, two managers, and a little girl posing in the park. Identified, left to right, in back row are Nancy Ito, Odette Griffin, Sally Carman, Dee Pearson, Ginney Nanselman, Carol Gilmore, Shirley Topley, Carol Spanks, Johanna Moore, Marie Kordner, and Kay Williamson. In front row are: Carl Cowles (business manager), Laura Malesh, Shirley Smith, Rosie Adams (bat girl), Sally Palmer, Ricki Caito, and Bill Allington (field manager)
Photographic print
20.25 x 25.25 cm.
Group portraits
Softball players
Orange Lionettes Softball Team--Orange (Calif.)
Ito, Nancy
Griffin, Odette
Carman, Sally
Pearson, Dee
Hanselman, Ginney
Gilmore, Carol
Topley, Shirley
Spanks, Carol
Moore, Johanna
Kordner, Marie
Williamson, Kay
Cowles, Carl
Malesh, Laura
Smith, Shirley
Adams, Rosie
Palmer, Sally
Caito, Ricki
Allington, William

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