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Johnson-Jeffries and Johnson-Willard PCs are routine; but this one of Johnson v. Cotton is a one-of. It was actually George "Kid" Cotton, and they fought two exhibitions in 1910, one in Reno and one in San Franisco. Cotton worked as a sparring partner to Johnson and fought most of the great black heavyweights of the era. Postmarked 1910 from San Francisco.
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