James M. Linnehan autobiography, 194-
- James M. Linnehan autobiography, 194-
- The autobiography covers Linnehan's life from his early childhood through his student days at Boston College. Much of the work discusses his participation in sports at both Boston College High School and Boston College.
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- Linnehan, James M. (James Matthew), 1892-1945
Linnehan, James M. (James Matthew), 1892-1945
Boston College -- Alumni and alumnae
Boston College -- History
Boston College -- Sports
Catholic universities and colleges -- Massachusetts -- History -- Sources
College athletes -- Massachusetts -- Biography
College sports -- Massachusetts -- History -- Sources
Transcribed from the original by the office of the Boston College University Historian in 1984. Preface by University Historian, Rev. Charles F. Donovan, S.J.
Electronic reproduction. Chestnut Hill, Mass. : University Libraries, Boston College, 2010. Mode of access: Internet.
Student athlete and race track official. James Linnehan was born in Newton Centre, Massachusetts in 1892. He attended both Boston College High School and Boston College. In college, Linnehan played both baseball and football and captained both sports during his senior year. He graduated in 1915 and later served as an official at the Suffolk Downs and Narragansett race tracks. Linnehan died in 1945.
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