Sports Temples of Boston: Sports Temples of Boston: Images of Historic Ballparks, Arenas, and Statiums 1872-1972

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Jimmy Collins of the Red Sox at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

1. Jimmy Collins of the Red Sox at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010622
Photographer: Bond, E.E. (Edmunds E.), 1871-1969
Roxbury, Massachusetts (ca. 1905)

Collins, wearing dress shoes, cooperates with the photographer in a posed "action" shot. Collins, holding ball, jumps off the bag while another player poses as if diving to bag. Although Collins was a third baseman, posed shot appears to be at second ba

Aerial view of new construction at Northeastern University on site of old Huntington Avenue Grounds

2. Aerial view of new construction at Northeastern University on site of old Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010882
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1937)

Printed caption on verso reads, "THE NEW SITE FOR NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY: 1. The Site Upon Which Construction of the First Building Will Start Immediately. 2. The University's Laboratory Building. 3. Rented Areas in the Huntington Building Occupied by t

Northeastern University expands on site of Huntington Avenue Grounds

3. Northeastern University expands on site of Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010883
Photographer: Eastern Aerial Surveys, Inc.
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1955)

Newspaper caption on verso reads, "The location of the first World Series baseball game, where the Boston Americans defeated the Pittsburgh Nationals in 1903 is gradually being covered by Northeastern buildings. The new $1,500,000 Classroom Laboratory Bu

New physical education center at Northeastern University, built on site of old Huntington Avenue Grounds

4. New physical education center at Northeastern University, built on site of old Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010884
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1954)

Newspaper caption on verso reads, "NEW PHYSICAL EDUCATION CENTER at Northeastern University, which will be dedicated tomorrow. The center cost $1,750,000. The entrance leads into the administration building and the gymnasium in the rear. The indoor ath

Northeastern University Physical Education Center under construction on site of the old Huntington Avenue Grounds

5. Northeastern University Physical Education Center under construction on site of the old Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010885
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1953)

Printed caption on verso reads, "Steel girders rise along Huntington Avenue on the site where, 50 years ago, the Red Sox won the first World Series ever played. A bronze plaque in Northeastern's new $1,750,000 athletic plant will mark the location of the

Foundation of new Northeastern University athletic building, constructed on site of the old Huntington Avenue Grounds

6. Foundation of new Northeastern University athletic building, constructed on site of the old Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010886
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1953)

"Foundation for new gymnasium and athletic building has already been started. Release: Sunday, January 18" -from printed caption on back of photo.

Northeastern University Physical Education Center under construction on the site of the old Huntington Avenue Grounds

7. Northeastern University Physical Education Center under construction on the site of the old Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010887
Photographer: Du Bois, Jerry A.
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1953)

"NEW PHYSICAL EDUCATION CENTER: Cornerstone laying exercises for this $1,750,000 gymnasium will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Northeastern University." -from newspaper caption on back of photo.

Raising of the first World Championship flag, Opening Day of 1904, Huntington Avenue Grounds

8. Raising of the first World Championship flag, Opening Day of 1904, Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010994
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1904)

Boston and Washington players stand around the flagpole as the flag is raised. The Boston Americans defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates in eight games to win the 1903 World Series.

Player-Manager Jimmy Collins prepares to raise the first World Championship flag on Opening Day in 1904 at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

9. Player-Manager Jimmy Collins prepares to raise the first World Championship flag on Opening Day in 1904 at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010996
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1904)

Boston and Washington players look on as Collins holds the rope. Boston Americans defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates in eight games to win the 1903 World Series.

John I. Taylor, owner of the Boston Americans, at Huntington Avenue Grounds

10. John I. Taylor, owner of the Boston Americans, at Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_011011
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1904-1911)

Taylor owned the team from 1904-1911. He appears to be seated in the Boston dugout.

 
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