<p>Photo shows Mordecai Peter Centennial Brown, (Three Finger Brown), baseball player for the Chicago Cubs, posed, standing, on baseball field. Photo dates 1910. Nice vintage photo for baseball fans or baseball memorabilia collectors.</p> Learn More
Photo shows portrait of Denton True Young(Cy Young), the legendary baseball pitcher who holds the record for wins in baseball. He played for the Boston Americans who became the Boston Red Sox. Photo dates to between 1908 and 1925. Nice vintage photo for baseball fans or baseball memorabilia collectors. Learn More
Photo shows view of mens golfer Francis Ouimet swinging a golf club. Photograph dates to between 1908 and 1914.<br><br> Francis DeSales Ouimet (May 8, 1893 ? September 3, 1967) was an American golfer. He is widely known for winning the 1913 U.S. Open, and was the first American elected Captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews. His father was a French-Canadian immigrant (hence his typical French last name) and his mother was an Irish immigrant. <BR><BR> Ouimet has been named to every Golf Hall of Fame, and has a room named after him in the USGA Museum. He remained an amateur for his entire golf career. Learn More
Photo shows baseball legend Honus Wagner batting for the Pittsburgh Pirates against the New York Giants. Roger Bresnahan is catching. Photo dates to September 18, 1908. Great historical photo for baseball fans. Learn More
Photo shows view of Hans Honus Wagner in a Pittsburgh Pirates baseball uniform swinging a bat. Wagner was one of the best in the game and was one of the first five players selected for the Baseball Hall of Fame. This old sports photo dates to 1913. Learn More
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