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Zimmerman, A. A. (Arthur August), 1869-1936

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Personal name headingZimmerman, A. A. (Arthur August), 1869-1936
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Variant(s)Zimmerman, Arthur August, 1869-1936
Zimmerman, August A., 1869-1936
Zimmerman, 1869-1936
Zimmy, 1869-1936
Zim, 1869-1936
Zimmerman, Zimmie, 1869-1936
Zimmerman, Arthur Augustus, 1869-1936
Found inZimmerman a Firenze, 1895: t.p., cover, etc. (Zimmerman) p. [4] etc. (A.A. Zimmerman, Zim, Zymy, Champion of the World)
NY Times, in ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Oct. 22, 1936 (A.A. Zimmerman, Arthur A. Zimmerman: died at age 67) Jun 30, 1893 (Arthur Zimmerman, the champion of the world)
Biog Dict of American Sports, 1992-1995 Suppl. vol. 4, p. 696-697 (Zimmerman, Arthur August, "Zimmy," "Zim," b. Jun 11, 1870 [sic] in Camden, NJ, d. Oct. 20, 1936; perhaps most prominent sports figure of 1890s; spokesman for Raleigh bicycles)
Who's Who of Sports Champions, 1995: p. 871-872 (Zimmerman, Zimmy (August A. [sic]), 1869-1936; subject of Toulouse-Lautrec lithograph)
NUCMC data from Monmouth County Historical Association for Arthur Augustus Zimmerman scrapbook, 1892-1894 (Arthur Augustus Zimmerman; world champion cyclist; bicycle designer and manufacturer of Freehold, N.J.)
The big book of halls of fame ... sports, 1977 (Zimmerman, Arthur A. "Zimmie"; cyclist; b. July 11, 1869; d. 1936; established world record in half-mile and won first world championship race at the Columbian Exposition; known as the "Flying Yankee" and "King of the Wheel.")
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