WILLIE FOR BOGGS? 

WILLIE FOR BOGGS?

A small handful of baseball-style trading cards featuring such Memphis luminaries as Mayor Willie Herenton, restaurateur Thomas Boggs, and Beale Street magnate John Elkington mysteriously appeared at Fly headquarters last week. We will happily trade our complete, mint-condition set for one 1979 Pete Rose (with ball cap); otherwise we ll be forced to unload our wares on eBay.

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