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Bobbie Rosenfeld, 1904 - 1969

"And No. 3..." Clipping from Bobbie Rosenfeld File, Heritage Toronto, 3 Jan. 1931.

"Auto Injures Girl Athlete." Clipping from Bobbie Rosenfeld File, Heritage Toronto, 15 March 1932.

"Bobbie Rosenfeld, a Sports Champion." Obituary. Toronto Telegram, 14 Nov. 1969.

"Bobbie Rosenfeld Going, Girl Athletes Mournful." Clipping from Bobbie Rosenfeld File, Heritage Toronto, 26 April 1932.

"Bouquet for Bobbie" Globe and Mail 27 Dec. 1950.

"Call to Miss Rosenfeld to Meet Miss Grosse." Globe and Mail 5 July 1924: 11.

"Casual Start: Set Olympic Mark at Amsterdam, Bobbie Rosenfeld in Retirement." Globe and Mail 3 Dec. 1966.

City of Toronto. "Media Release: City of Toronto Officially Opens Bobbie Rosenfeld Park."

"CNE Sports Hall of Fame: Bobbie Rosenfeld." Draft in Rosenfeld file of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, Toronto, nd. 

Cochrane, Jean, et al. Women in Canadian Life: Sports. Toronto: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 1977.

Cosentino, Frank and Glynn Leyshon. Olympic Gold: Canada's Winners in the Summer Games. Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston of Canada, 1975.

Dunnell, Milt. "Athlete of Half-Century Bobbie Merely Eases Up." Toronto Star 8 Dec. 1966.  

"Fanny 'Bobbie' Rosenfeld." Draft in Rosenfeld file of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, Toronto, nd.

Fisher, Douglas and S.F. Wise. Canada's Sporting Heroes. Don Mills, Toronto: General Publishing Company, 1974.

Fulford, Robert. Best Seat in the House: Memoirs of a Lucky Man. Toronto: Collins, 1988.

Gibb, Alexandrine. "Canada at the Olympics." MacLeans Magazine 1 October 1928.

——. "No Man's Land of Sport."Toronto Star 26 April 1932.

Hotchkiss, Ron. "The Matchless Six." The Beaver Oct.-Nov. 1993: 23-42.

——. Telephone Interview. 3 August 1999.

Howell, Reet, ed. Her Story in Sport: A Historical Anthology of Women in Sports. West Point, N.Y.: Leisure Press, 1982.

Long, Wendy. Celebrating Excellence: Canadian Women Athletes. Vancouver, BC: Polestar, 1995.

Lytle, Andy. "Girls Shouldn't Do It!" Chatelaine May 1933: 12-3.

The Matchless Six. Dir. Janice Brown. Filmwest, 1996.

McDonald, David and Lauren Drewery. For the Record: Canada's Greatest Women Athletes. Rexdale: John Wiley and Sons Canada, Limited, 1981.

"Miss 'Bobbie' Rosenfeld: B Copy, 50 Year Greats." Draft in Rosenfeld file of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, Toronto, nd.

Morrow, Don, et al. A Concise History of Sport in Canada. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1989.

"New World's Record For Girls' 100 Yards." Clipping from Bobbie Rosenfeld File, Heritage Toronto, 21 Sept. 1925.

"No Matter the Game Bobbie Was Champ." Clipping from Bobbie Rosenfeld File, Heritage Toronto. 27 Dec. 1950.

Patton, Paul. "Rosenfeld's Feats." Globe and Mail 15 June 1987.

Pennington, Bob. Column. Toronto Telegram 3 Dec. 1966.

"Prominent Athlete Slightly Improved: Miss 'Bobbie' Rosenfeld Reported To Be Out of Danger." Globe and Mail 16 March 1933:9.

Proudfoot, Jim. "Honors Don't Stop for 1928 Olympic Heroine." Toronto Star 24 May 1996: B7.

Robinson, Laura. She Shoots, She Scores: Canadian Perspectives on Women in Sport. Toronto: Thompson Educational Pub., 1997.

Rodden, M.J. "Scanning the Sport Field." Globe and Mail 1 August 1928: 10.

Rosenfeld, Bobbie. "Girls Are in Sports for Good." Chatelaine July 1933: 6+.

——. "(Feminine) Sports Reel." Globe and Mail, various columns, daily from 1937-1957.

Including:

——. "Sports Reel: Fanny Harks Back to the Golden 20's." 27 Dec 1950.

——. "Feminine Sports Reel." Globe and Mail 1 January 1941: 17

——. "Feminine Sports Reel." Globe and Mail 10 January 1941: 16

——. "Feminine Sports Reel." Globe and Mail 28 May 1941: 18.

——. "Feminine Sports Reel." Globe and Mail 29 Aug. 1940.

——. "Feminine Sports Reel." Globe and Mail 26 Oct. 1940: 15.

——. Letter to Bobby Hewitson. 12 Jan. 1960. Rosenfeld file at Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, Toronto.

"Rosenfeld, Fanny 'Bobbie.'" Draft in Rosenfeld file of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, Toronto, nd.

Roxborough, Henry Hall. Canada at the Olympics. Toronto, Ryerson Press, 1969.

"She Made Track Record and Joshed the Umpire." Clipping from Bobbie Rosenfeld File, Heritage Toronto. 20 Sept. 1924.

Siegman, Joseph. Jewish Sports Legends: The International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. Washington: Brassey's, 1997.

Simri, Uriel. Women at the Olympic Games. Netanya, Israel: Wingate Institute for Physical Education and Sport, 1979.

Slater, Robert. Great Jews in Sports. Middle Village, NY: J. David Publishes, 1983.

Smith, Beverley. "Remembering the Courage of Bobbie Rosenfeld." Globe and Mail 23 May 1996.

"Top Athlete Was Refreshing Writer." Obituary. Globe and Mail 15 Nov. 1969.

Toronto Historical Board. "News release: Toronto Historical Board Commemorated Olympic Athlete "Bobbie Rosenfeld." 14 May 1996.

"When Canadian Girl Sprinters Triumph." Globe and Mail 10 Sept. 1923.

"Wild Cheers Ring Out from Myriad Throats to Welcome Olympics." Globe and Mail 25 August 1928.

"World's Best Girl Athlete to Stop Running." Clipping from Bobbie Rosenfeld File, Heritage Toronto, nd.

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