Joseph Humphreys

Joseph "Joe" Edward Humphreys (October 17, 1872 – July 10, 1936) was an American boxing official and announcer. He was one of the most popular fight announcers from the turn of the 20th century up until the 1930s. In his near 50-year career, Humphreys was estimated to have announced over 20,000 boxing matches and officiated many of the top prize fights of the era as the longtime official ring announcer at the old Madison Square Garden from 1925 up to his death in 1936. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Humphreys, Joseph
Published 1744
printed by Felix Farley, in Castle-Green

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by Humphreys, Joseph
Published 1767
printed and sold by M. Lewis and Son, in Paternoster-Row

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by Humphreys, Joseph
Published 1781
Argraphwyd gan T. Wood, lle gellir cael argraphu pob math o lysrau cymraeg wedi eu diwigio yn ofalus, ac ar bris gweddaidd

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by Humphreys, Joseph
Published 1765
printed by E. Farley, in Small-Street

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by Humphreys, Joseph
Published 1744
printed by J. Lewis in Bartholomew-Close, near West-Smithfield