|New York Clipper, 18-November-1905|
The Lubin Manufacturing Company was a pioneering film production company founded in 1902 in Philadelphia by Siegmund Lubin. Lubin later produced movies in Jacksonville, Florida and Los Angeles, California.
|San Francisco Examiner, 09-September-1905|
Battling Nelson and Jimmy Britt fought for the second time on 09-September-1905 in Colma, near San Francisco. Nelson, winning by a KO in the 20th round, took away Britt's so-called White Lightweight championship. Joe Gans, who was African-American held the world lightweight championship.