|1934 Goudey #33|
I'm using that same logic for my 1930-1939 Phillies Have List. As of this initial writing, I have 12 cards from the Depression Era in my collection.
If and when this list ever grows, I'll put together a proper want list. Only then will I try to figure out just how many Phillies cards are in the Exhibits 4-on-1 sets and I'll list out the Phillies featured in the 1939 Father & Sons Shoes set.
1930-1939 Phillies Have List
1933 Goudey #21 Phil Collins
1933 Goudey #33 Fred Brickell
1933 Goudey #115 Clif Heathcote
1933 Goudey #133 Jim Elliott
1933 Goudey #178 Jackie Warner
1933 Goudey #210 Virgil Davis
1934-36 Batter-Up #38 Jimmie Wilson
1934 Butterfinger Premiums (R310) Ed Holley
1934-36 Diamond Stars #15 Dick Bartell
1934-36 Diamond Stars #40 Blondy Ryan
1934-36 Diamond Stars #41 Harvey Hendrick
1934-36 Diamond Stars #80 Louis Chiozza
1934 Diamond Matchbooks - Silver Border - HAVE Bartell, Chiozza, Collins, Elliott, Fullis, Hendrick and Wilson
1934 Goudey #33 Don Hurst
1935 Diamond Matchbooks - Black Border - HAVE Klein and Wilson
1936 Goudey Dolf Camilli
1936 National Chicle Fine Pen (R313) Dolph Camilli
1936 National Chicle Fine Pen (R313) Jose Gomez
1936 S and S Game Dolph Camilli
1939 Play Ball #12 Hersh Martin
1939 Play Ball #28 Sylvester Johnson
1939 Play Ball #37 Spud Davis
1939 Play Ball #45 Pinky May
1939 Play Ball #127 Gil Brack
1939 Play Ball #145 Hugh Mulcahy
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Hurst's production dropped sharply following the 1933 season, and by the time the baseball card featured here was released, he may have already been playing with the Cubs. On June 11, 1934, the Phils traded Hurst to Chicago for Dolph Camilli, in one of the few trades with the Cubs franchise that actually worked out in the Phillies favor.
Hurst left us way too soon, passing away in 1952 at the age of 47.