Skull and Bones. Edward H. (Ted) Coy's copy signed by him below his photograph. Captain of the Yale Football team in 1909 and a charter member of the Football Hall of Fame. Ted Coy.
Skull and Bones. Edward H. (Ted) Coy's copy signed by him below his photograph. Captain of the Yale Football team in 1909 and a charter member of the Football Hall of Fame
Skull and Bones. Edward H. (Ted) Coy's copy signed by him below his photograph. Captain of the Yale Football team in 1909 and a charter member of the Football Hall of Fame
Skull and Bones. Edward H. (Ted) Coy's copy signed by him below his photograph. Captain of the Yale Football team in 1909 and a charter member of the Football Hall of Fame
Skull and Bones. Edward H. (Ted) Coy's copy signed by him below his photograph. Captain of the Yale Football team in 1909 and a charter member of the Football Hall of Fame
Skull and Bones. Edward H. (Ted) Coy's copy signed by him below his photograph. Captain of the Yale Football team in 1909 and a charter member of the Football Hall of Fame
Skull and Bones. Edward H. (Ted) Coy's copy signed by him below his photograph. Captain of the Yale Football team in 1909 and a charter member of the Football Hall of Fame
Skull and Bones. Edward H. (Ted) Coy's copy signed by him below his photograph. Captain of the Yale Football team in 1909 and a charter member of the Football Hall of Fame
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SKULL AND BONES, 1910

Skull and Bones. Edward H. (Ted) Coy's copy signed by him below his photograph. Captain of the Yale Football team in 1909 and a charter member of the Football Hall of Fame.

[New Haven: Skull and Bones, 1910].

18 silver print photographs, including all 15 members (all but one signed), two black attendant and the Skull and Bones. SKULL AND BONES, 1910. Bound in publisher's morocco, all edges silver. Name "Edward H. Coy" on upper cover and "#22" on lower cover. "Club of 1910" on the spine. Item #309912

Edward Harris "Ted" Coy (1888 – 1935) was one of Yale's greatest football player and then coach. Coy was selected as a first-team All-American three straight years from 1907 to 1909 and was later selected as the fullback on Walter Camp's All-Time All-America team. He also served as Yale's head football coach in 1910, for only one year and only a year after graduation. In 1951, Coy was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as part of its inaugural class.

Each Spring in their Junior year 15 men are chosen to be initiated as members.

His photo appears first opposite one of (1910), President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, The last one is Albert DeSilver (1910), co-founder American Civil Liberties Union. Also signed photos of Stephen Philbin (1910), All-American football player, lawyer & Robert Alphonso Taft (1910), US Senator from Ohio.

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