1929 Orig BABE RUTH Press Photo - Babe with 1st Wife For Sale
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1929 Orig BABE RUTH Press Photo - Babe with his First Wife (This press photo, actually taken years earlier) was used in news stories on January 12, 1929 at the time of her death. The attached press descriptor reads: ""Babe" Ruth and his wife Helen as they appeared some years ago while on a visit to the hub. Mrs Ruth was burned to death yestereday in a mysterious fire at the home of Dr. Edward H. Kinder, Brookline dentist, 47 Quincy St., Watertown, the Dentist has disappeared". Babe Ruth and his first wife were married in 1914 and divorced in 1925. At the time of her death she was living with Doctor Kindere as his wife.. This 6" x 8" original press photo is in EX condition.
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