Walter Camp: Football and the Modern Man

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NOTES

Unless stated otherwise, archival materials come from the Walter Chauncey Camp Collection (WCCC), Yale University Special Collections, Manuscript Collection 125, New Haven, CT. Many of the writings in his collection are undated, untitled drafts, and may be cited merely by the series (S), box (B), and folder (f) to which they belong.

Many of the nineteenth-century newspaper and magazine clippings used were reprinted in The Lost Century of American Football (Lost Century of Sports Collection, 2011) or came from unsourced clippings in the WCCC or the Amos Alonzo Stagg Papers, University of Chicago Archives and Special Collections, Chicago, IL and hence may not have complete citations.


Pregame Commentary

1. James Percy to Walter Camp, August 31, 1910, Walter Chauncey Camp Collection (hereafter WCCC), SI, B3, f87; Robert P. Bradley to St. Nicholas, January 4, 1889, WCCC, SI, B3, f88; Frederick Braman to Camp, November 22, 1893, WCCC, SI, B3, f89.

2. Theodore Roosevelt, “The American Boy,” The Strenuous Life: Essays and Addresses (Mineola, NY: Dover, 2009), 77 (original article was published in St. Nicholas Magazine in May 1900).

3. St. Louis Club flyer [1915], WCCC, SI, B4, f112.

4. Harford Powel Jr., Walter Camp: The Father of American Football (Boston: Little, Brown, 1926), 32; St. Louis Republic in advertisement for Camp’s books, WCCC, SII, B58, f413; Michael Oriard, Reading Football: How the Popular Press Created an American Spectacle (Chapel Hill, NC: University

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