|Born: February 25, 1905|
|Died: November 27, 1975 (aged 70)|
Kansas City, Kansas
|1925, for the Indianapolis ABCs|
|1937, for the Kansas City Monarchs|
In 1962, Dwight's son Eddie Dwight Jr. became the first black American selected for training as an astronaut by NASA. He would later go on to become a sculptor. Some of his subjects have included Negro League baseball players.
Dwight died at the age of 70 in Kansas City, Kansas.
- "Gilkerson Union Giants Swamp Knights of Columbus Nine 11 to 4" Davenport Democrat and Leader, Davenport, IA, Monday Evening, June 21, 1926, Page 7, Columns 1 and 2
- "Greeley Advertisers Downed by Colored Club; Score 12-1" Negro Star, Wichita, Kansas, Friday, August 10, 1934, Page 3, Columns 1 to 6
- "Inventory of Janet Bruce Negro Leagues Interviews"
- Negro league baseball statistics and player information from Seamheads.com, or Baseball-Reference (Negro leagues)
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