Minneapolis Colored Keystones.

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Titles Minneapolis Colored Keystones. (Transcribed Title)
Quantity 1 photoprint
Format Content Category: photographs
Format: photoprint
Colorization: black and white
Emulsion: gelatin silver
Physical Support: paper on board
Measurements 13.5 inches height (photoprint)
17 inches width (photoprint)
18 inches height (mount)
21.75 inches width (mount)
Creation Photographer: Larson, H.
Subjects Marshall, Bobby
Sports. Baseball and diamond ball.
African Americans--Minnesota.
Places Subject: Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States
Dates Content: Not earlier than 04/1908 - Not later than 06/1908
Creation: Not earlier than 04/1908 - Not later than 06/1908
Notes Names and positions are annotated on mat and identified as follows. Back row, left to right: Fred "Pop" Roberts (2nd Base), Dick "Noisy" Wallace (Right Field), Eugene "Cherry" Barton (Left Field), Charles Jessup (Pitcher), "Topeka" Jack Johnson (1st Base), Bobby Marshall (Captain, Utility), George Hopkins(Center Field), Bill Binga (3rd Base). Middle row, left to right: Walter Ball (Pitcher), Edward "Kidd" "K.F" Mitchell (Pres. Manager/Owner), Mamie Lacey Mitchell, Eddie Davis (Secretary), Andrew Campbell (Catcher). Front row, left to right: Graham (Pitcher), Arthur Irwin (Shortstop).

Restrictions Original image removed for preservation. Access to originals requires permission from the Sound & Visual Curator.
Holding Type Photographs
Identifiers GV3.11 h5 Original (Locator Number)
AV2017.5 (Accession Number)

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