7513 results containing "baseball"
Red Cross Baseball Somewhere-in-England. Every big American hospital in England has its baseball diamond or even diamonds, and every afternoon when the weather permits, there is either a scrub game or a real contest with a team from some other hospital or military unit, nearby. The baseball player has one advantage in England, too, the season lasts pretty well into the winter, save for ...
1918. | 1 negative
LC-A6196- 55503 [P&P] | LC-DIG-anrc-09925 (digital file from original)
Baseball -- Bob Feller
1951 Sept. 17 (date added to Look's library) | 1 transparency :
60 negatives | Bauman, Frank
LOOK - Job 51-AL97 [P&P]
Bureau of Standards designs mechanical batter to determine liveliness of baseballs. Washington, D.C., Feb. 21. Using a newly designed apparatus, the U.S. Bureau of Standards today began experiments to determine the relative home-run qualities of American, National and International baseballs. In conducting the tests a scientist pulls the trigger of an air gun loaded with a wooden projectile representing the slugger's bat. The projectile ...
38 February 21. | 1 negative | Harris & Ewing
LC-H22-D- 3300 [P&P] | LC-DIG-hec-24097 (digital file from original negative)
Baseballs autographed by six Presidents. 'Big Train's' gift to Baseball Hall of Fame. Washington, D.C., April 29. Walter Johnson's contribution to the National Baseball Museum at Cooperstown, New York, will be these six baseballs autographed by six presidents: Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, Woodrow Wilson, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover. With the exception of the ones autographed by Presidents Theodore Roosevelt ...
39 April 29. | 1 negative | Harris & Ewing
LC-H22-D- 6453 [P&P] | LC-DIG-hec-26574 (digital file from original negative)
Baseball cards from the Benjamin K. Edwards Collection
1887-1914, bulk 1887-1912. | ca. 2,100 items (chiefly color photomechanical prints). | American Tobacco Company
LOT 13163 (H) (Locked) [P&P]
1959 Sept. 18 (date added to Look's library) | 24 photographic prints (contact sheets). | Terrell, Maurice
LOOK - Job 59-4428 [P&P]
[Roger Maris, outfielder for the New York Yankees baseball team, full-length portrait, in the batter's box, swinging baseball bat during a baseball game]
1960 September 27. | 1 negative | Bauman, Frank
LC-L9-60-8973-O, frame 15 [P&P] | LC-DIG-ppmsca-18868 (digital file from original item)
Baseball team portraits between 1882 and 1907
[between 1882 and 1907] | 19 photographic prints on card mounts :
1 photographic print on card mount ; | Sarony, Napoleon, 1821-1896.
LOT 13829-B (H) [P&P]
[Baseball players John J. McGraw of N.Y. and Frank Chance of Chicago National League baseball, standing beside each other on baseball field]
[1911 May 12] | 1 photographic print.
LOT 11147-2 <item> [P&P] | LC-USZ62-97861 (b&w film copy neg.)
[Willie Mays, three-quarter length portrait, facing front, wearing baseball uniform, sitting on box with a box of baseballs, in the New York Giants baseball team locker room]
1954 April 13. | 1 photographic print (contact sheet frame) | Vachon, John, 1914-1975
LOOK - Job 54-3027-D, frame 30 [P&P] | LC-USZ6-2440 (b&w film copy neg.)
1955 Aug. 10 (date added to Look's library) | 16 photographic prints (contact sheets). | Bauman, Frank
LOOK - Job 55-6147 [P&P]
U.S. testing liveliness of baseballs. Washington, D.C., Feb. 21. Experiments to test the liveliness of American, National and International League baseballs began at the National Bureau of Standards today. Edward B. Eynon, (left) Secretary of the Washington Baseball Club, and Dr. Hugh L. Dryden, Chief of the Mechanics and Sound Division, who designed the unique machine used in the tests, are discussing the first ...
38 February 21. | 1 negative | Harris & Ewing
LC-H22-D- 3301 [P&P] | LC-DIG-hec-24098 (digital file from original negative)
Baseballs undergo outdoor tryout. Washington, D.C., Mar. 7. The government's test for velocity of the American and National League baseballs went out in the open air today, having learned all about the traits of the pellets within the laboratory. The Bureau of Standards transported it's paraphernalia to Griffith Stadium to let the baseballs be shot from their air gun and fly where they may. ...
38 March 7. | 1 negative | Harris & Ewing
LC-H22-D- 3387 [P&P] | LC-DIG-hec-24159 (digital file from original negative)
NATION'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE RECEIVES GOLD BASEBALL PASS FROM PRESIDENT OF WASHINGTON CLUB. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WAS PRESENTED WITH A GOLD SEASON BASEBALL PASS TODAY BY PRESIDENT CLARK C. GRIFFITH OF THE WASHINGTON BASEBALL CLUB. AT THE SAME TIME MRS. ROOSEVELT WAS GIVEN A GOLD PASS SET IN A LEATHER POCKETBOOK. WITH GRIFFITH ARE HIS TWO ADOPTED SONS JIMMY AND BILLY
 | 1 negative | Harris & Ewing
LC-H21- C-298 [P&P] | LC-DIG-hec-47009 (digital file from original negative)
PRESIDENT GETS BASEBALL 'ANNIE OAKLEYS.' WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 13. PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT ARE NOW ALL SET FOR THE MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL GAMES THIS SUMMER. TODAY AT THE WHITE HOUSE CLARK GRIFFITH, PRESIDENT OF THE WASHINGTON SENATORS, AND FORD FRICK, PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE, PRESENTED PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WITH HIS ANNUAL BASEBALL PASS AND ALSO LEFT FOR MRS. ROOSEVELT A FANCY POCIETBOOK CONTAINING ONE. ...
 April 13. | 1 negative | Harris & Ewing
LC-H21- C-981 [P&P] | LC-DIG-hec-47475 (digital file from original negative)
PRESIDENT GETS SEASON BASEBALL PASSES. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 12. AFTER RECEIVING SEASON BASEBALL PASSES FOR MRS. ROOSEVELT AND HIMSELF TODAY, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TOLD CLARK GRIFFITH, PRESIDENT OF THE WASHINGTON BASEBALL CLUB, THAT HIS ARM WAS IN FINE SHAPE AND HE WOULD BE ON HAND TO THROW OUT FIRST BALL WHEN THE SEASON OPENS IN THE CAPITAL ON APRIL 16. THE PRESIDENT'S PASS WAS MADE ...
 April 12. | 1 negative | Harris & Ewing
LC-H21- C-1145 [P&P] | LC-DIG-hec-47563 (digital file from original negative)
A baseball game between the "shellshockers" and the "gasers" at an Amer. Hosp. in the London district. The shell-chock ward, while the gasers are from the ward devoted to men who have been gassed on the Western front. The Amer. Doctors have found that baseball is one of the best treatments for shell-shock cases. Two of three nurses are always assigned to duty on ...
[ca. 1918 or 1919] | 1 negative
LC-A6196- 55991 [P&P] | LC-DIG-anrc-10284 (digital file from original)
New wartime baseball. Cork-cushioned centers in baseballs--official in major leagues for more than a decade--are war-taboo. Rubber-cushioned centers, "borrowed" from stopped golf ball production, offer temporary relief. Left: cork-type ball; right; new baseball with rubber center
1943 Jan. | 1 negative | Smith, Roger
LC-USE6- D-008242 [P&P] LOT 1915 (corresponding photographic print) | LC-USE6-D-008242 (b&w film neg.)
Second Game, World Series, Shibe Park, Phila.
c1910. | 1 photographic print | American Baseball Club of Philadelphia
PAN SUBJECT - Sports no. 9 (F size) [P&P]
Philadelphia "Athletics", Champions of the World, 1913
1913. | 1 photographic print | American Baseball Club of Philadelphia
PAN SUBJECT - Sports no. 99 (E size) [P&P]