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She began analyzing the profiles of women who were attracted to the same type of men she was.

In each of its lot descriptions, Robert Edward Auctions stated of each Campanella document: “The historical significance of this letter cannot be overstated.” REA also described that the content of each letter consisted of scouting reports for Branch Rickey’s assistant, Robert Finch, concerning other black players including Larry Doby, Junior Gilliam, Joe Black, Ed Romby as well as other Negro League stars.

REA added that the letters “concern the potential recruitment of other black ballplayers by the Dodgers prior to Jackie Robinson’s historic Major League debut the following spring.” REA claimed that all of the letters originated from “the same remarkable Dodgers collection” without any further detail.

She listed the characteristics that were important to her in a man, and she rated each potential date based on her personal values.

In the lot description REA states, “Given the content and the historical implications of the trade, this is certainly one of the finest Rickey letters we have ever offered.” REA sold this letter written by Branch Rickey to Walter O' Malley in 1948 detailing a trade of Eddie Stanky to the NY Giants.

Amy realized that the data collected for online dating profiles had two fatal flaws.

First, people have trouble being completely honest when filling out questionnaires, and secondly, the type of data that is asked for is typically superficial.

In 1996 Lelands sold a similar 1946 Campanella letter to Dodger employee Harold Parrot and in 1992 Richard Wolfers Auctions sold another Campanella letter written to the Dodger farm club in Montreal in 1947.