Exceedingly rare handwritten four-page letter (double-sided) on Hotel Carlton(Switzerland) stationary by Pittsburgh Pirates owner, Baseball Hall of Fame inductee, and creator of the World Series. Letter mentions his trip to Switzerland and his team's success. He also states "Cronin ought to be able to help out in the infield"" and "good players are always worth a good price." Accompanied by the original mailing envelope. Dreyfuss signatures have long been elusive to HOF signature collectors and this letter is even more impressive because it is addressed to fellow HOFer and Pirates GM Fred Clarke. This letter was purchased from a large archive of letters offered through Christie's Auction several years ago. Letter is also accompanied by a full James Spence Authentication (JSA) LOA. One of the tougher HOF autographs for collectors to get, you won't find one better than the letters we are currently offering. Please visit our store for other letters from this collection.