James Sullivan

Card-a-Palooza: The million-dollar baseball card industry was created in large part by Seymour Perry Berger who was born on New York’s Lower East Side in 1923.

How Sy Berger Invented the Baseball Card

Prized baseball cards are valued at thousands of dollars. For that we can thank Sy Berger, the son of a Lower East Side furrier who created the industry, James Sullivan writes.

Every Collector For Herself: Magaret Barton Fumo poses with a prize from her collection for Eilon Paz?s ?Dust and Grooves.?

One For the (Vinyl) Record Books

When Israeli-born photographer Eilon Paz moved to Brooklyn, he stumbled upon a vinyl collector — and became hooked. He travelled across the world to photograph record collections.

The Catcher Was A Jew: Moe Berg, immortalized in Nicholas Dawidoff?s book ?The Catcher Was A Spy,? is one of many Jewish players found in Larry Ruttman?s new book.

The Little-Known Stars of Jewish Baseball

There’s more to Jewish baseball than Sandy Koufax and Hank Greenberg. A new book looks at the little-known Jewish stars of the great American game.

Harold Feinstein's Coney Island State of Mind

Photographer Harold Feinstein began taking black-and-white pictures in Coney Island as a teenager 60 years ago. Now, the rich images are included in a new and overdue collection.