Here is the Chicago White Sox’s Jerome Holtzman Display Case.
The Chicago Tribune wrote an article about the exhibit. It can be found HERE.
The White Sox unveiled a special tribute to the late Hall of Fame Chicago baseball writer Jerome Holtzman inside the Gate 4 lobby Friday. A display case honoring Holtzman’s career covering Major League Baseball was shown during a private ceremony for his friends and former colleagues.
The memorial features photos, headlines and artifacts, including a typewriter of Holtzman’s from his working days. Holtzman, who wrote for the Sun-Times and retired from the Tribune before becoming Major League Baseball’s official historian, passed away on July 19 last year.
“He never lost his sense of humor,” Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf said. “He had a great life; he had a wonderful life. He had so many stories. When he was going after a story, he had so many sources. He had a passion for the game, and he really enjoyed what he was doing.”