Rockford Peaches    World’s Prettiest Ballplayers

Rockford Peaches World’s Prettiest Ballplayers




Holiday Magazine    June 1952          Vol.11 No.6


Rockford Peaches and City of Rockford logo, 1945 newspaper photograph

Source: Rockford Register-Republic newspaper, May 28, 1945

Rockford Peaches – uniform design

R Peaches Kamenshek

The All American Girls Professional Baseball League uniforms were designed by Mrs. Philip Wrigley, whose husband owned the baseball field, Wrigley Field stadium and the Chicago Cubs , Wrigley’s Art Designer, Otis Shepard and Ann Harnett, a Chicago softball star. Dottie Kamenshek, a member of the Rockford Peaches team, is shown in one of the uniforms, above.

Photo from Rockford Morning Star May 19, 1946

Text on uniform design credit: from


Rockford Peaches – Normal Home Life

Rockford Peaches Normal

“Peaches Have Normal Home Life as Local Families Provide Rooms”

“Members of the Rockford Peaches spend their home life much the same as any work-a-day girl who rooms in a private home. In the top photo, left, Jean Lovell and Ruth Richard, both catchers, prepare their morning breakfast; center, Dotty Kamenshek and Snookie Harrell sit down to toast, coffee and eggs at breakfast; while at right, Lois Florreich and Dotty Ferguson spend idle moments piecing together a jigsaw puzzle.  The photo at the bottom shows Alice Pollitt and Marge Holgerson writing letters to home folk.”

Source: Rockford Morning Star  August 22, 1948