I understand that there's a secret broom closet at Topps HQ that doubles as the company archive, even though they're selling their file cards on their Topps Vault website. But what I want to know is, does Topps employ a baseball card historian? I'd like to think so, but I'm really not so sure that they're that concerned with the big picture (in my opinion they definitely should be).
So if there's a Topps Archivist plugged in somewhere at One Whitehall, I'd think that they would want to have these in their collection...
Gaylord Perry Autograph Letter to Sy Berger
1985 Topps Set, Personal Gift from Sy Berger
1982-83 Topps Catalog (for players)