Clipping:An early sighting of John Brush

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Date Wednesday, January 5, 1887
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[following up on a letter by a collection of Indianapolis businessmen to Spalding about buying the Kansas City franchise] The gentlemen interested are all well-known business men, who represent wealth amounting to over two million dollars. They are also of a character that will assure success in the venture. J. B. Brush is a partner and manager of “The When Clothing Company,” a mammoth concern which is a pride of the city. Mr. B. is a man of sterling business qualities, and has a reputation of being a “hustler” in anything and everything he undertakes. If the franchise is purchased Mr. Brush will, in all probability, be made president of the club.

Source Sporting Life
Submitted by Richard Hershberger
Origin Initial Hershberger Clippings

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