Eau Claire Baseball Hall of Fame: Herman White

Photographed May 22 and 23, 2014
Erected by Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Baseball Hall of Fame
Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin
44.807451,-91.521193
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Herman White

Born near Necedah on October 29, 1894, Herman White,
owner of White Machine Works, was a driving force behind
the start of minor league baseball in Eau Claire. White's financial
support helped the first Eau Claire Bears survive in 1933, and he served
as a team president until 1941. White them became an influential
baseball figure, serving for many years as president of the
Northern League and the Wisconsin State League, and
serving on the executive committee for the National
Association of Professional Baseball Leagues.

Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Baseball Hall of Fame
Inducted 2008

The marker is located inside Carson Park, at the Eau Claire Baseball Hall of Fame, in front of the Carson Park baseball stadium, adjacent to the baseball stadium parking lot, on Carson Park Drive, Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54703.

NOTE: Carson Park Drive is a big loop around the park; it's impossible to miss the baseball stadium.




Herman White's marker is sixth from the right.



 With the Carson Park baseball stadium in the background.


The ramp from the parking lot to the Eau Claire Baseball Hall of Fame
(visible at the top of the ramp).

The Eau Claire Baseball Hall of Fame is located at Carson Park.

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