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

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Large crowd at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

21. Large crowd at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010618
Photographer: Bond, E.E. (Edmunds E.), 1871-1969
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1904-1911)

Crowd watches boy climb over the wall at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

22. Crowd watches boy climb over the wall at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010619
Photographer: Bond, E.E. (Edmunds E.), 1871-1969
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1904-1911)

Advertisements for Old Grist Mill Dog Bread, George Blake Whiskey and John Harvard Beer on wall.

View from across Huntington Avenue, of entrance to the Huntington Avenue Grounds

23. View from across Huntington Avenue, of entrance to the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010620
Photographer: Bond, E.E. (Edmunds E.), 1871-1969
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1904-1911)

Large crowd inside the Grounds with fans seated on fence running along entrance path. Carriage is pulled up to curb. Stand selling Dr. Swett's Root Beer to left of center, advertisement for Hathaway Union Shoe to right.

Large crowd in stands behind home plate and on the field at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

24. Large crowd in stands behind home plate and on the field at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010621
Photographer: Bond, E.E. (Edmunds E.), 1871-1969
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1904-1911)

Fans ring home plate on the infield and crowd the dugout. Some fans sit on roof of grandstand.

Fans relax on outfield grass at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

25. Fans relax on outfield grass at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010623
Photographer: Bond, E.E. (Edmunds E.), 1871-1969
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1904-1911)

Fans recline on grass behind crowd ringing the outfield, overflowing stands in the background.

That's Them, Boston Police in dugout at the Huntington Avenue Grounds before Game Eight of the 1903 World Series

26. That's Them, Boston Police in dugout at the Huntington Avenue Grounds before Game Eight of the 1903 World Series

Image number: 05_02_010985
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1903)

Title refers to conflict between police and Boston fans during earlier games of the World Series against Pittsburgh when fans rioted because there weren't enough seats.

The Pittsburgh Pirates in the visitors dugout at the Huntington Avenue Grounds, 1903 World Series

27. The Pittsburgh Pirates in the visitors dugout at the Huntington Avenue Grounds, 1903 World Series

Image number: 05_02_010986
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1903)

The Pirates lost to the Boston Americans in the first World Series. A photographer is setting up his camera on the roof of the dugout.

No Room Inside.  Fans mill around entrance to the Huntington Avenue Grounds before the third game of the 1903 World Series

28. No Room Inside. Fans mill around entrance to the Huntington Avenue Grounds before the third game of the 1903 World Series

Image number: 05_02_010987
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1903)

Crowd to see the Boston Americans play the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Rooters on the field during the 1903 World Series at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

29. The Rooters on the field during the 1903 World Series at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010988
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1903)

Rooters sit in special seats behind home plate for the final game of the series, with Boston defeating the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Fans trying to see into the Huntington Avenue Grounds during the 1903 World Series

30. Fans trying to see into the Huntington Avenue Grounds during the 1903 World Series

Image number: 05_02_010989
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1903)

Men and boys stand on fence, others stand on wagons parked along road. Boston Americans vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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