Judy Johnson handwritten letter to a fan dated November 12, 1975
One of the premier third baseman Negro League history, Judy Johnson was an outstanding fielder and a clutch hitter during his playing career that spanned from 1923-1937. Johnson broke in with the Hilldale Club of the Eastern Colored League as a 23-year old. In 1924 his second season, Johnson hit .33
In the collection is a handwritten letter from Judy Johnson from 1975. Johnson informs a collector that he’s, “out of pictures just now. Should I get more, I’ll surely send you one.” Johnson then thanks the collector before signing off, “Yours in sports,” and penning his name.