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Schayes, Dolph
Photograph Collection


Autographed photo of Hall of Famer Dolph Schayes of the Syracuse Nationals.

Source: Leslie Pollack collection




This Fleer card accurately describes Dolph Schayes as “one of the game’s all time greats.”

Source: Leslie Pollack collection




The Haggerty Award is given to New York City's best collegiate player. Notice that the first 6 winners, including Dutch Garfinkel, were Jewish, as were subsequent winners Sid Tannenbaum, Dolph Schayes, Al Seiden, and Barry Kramer.

Source: Jack Garfinkel




Basketball signed by Dolph Schayes, the greatest Jewish player in NBA history.

Source: The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame




Dolph Schayes. Pictured here as a Syracuse Nat, Dolph single-handedly kept the franchise in Syracuse for years; in 1963, they moved to Philadelphia and became the 76ers.

Source: The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame




Signed Dolph Schayes card.

Source: The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame




Basketball signed by Dolph Schayes, one of the NBA's 50 greatest players of all-time.

Source: The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame




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