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Circa 1910 Fans Exiting the Polo Grounds (PSA Type I)

Circa 1910 Fans Exiting the Polo Grounds (PSA Type I)

Original Type I photograph capturing the fans exiting the Polo Grounds after a game, circa 1910. As shown here, the exit out of the Polo Grounds was in the right-field corner and fans had to walk across the field to access it. A portion of the right-field bleachers is visible, including numerous advertising signs. Two Brown Brothers credit stamps appear on the reverse along with "polo grounds" written in blue ink. The photo (6.5x4.5") displays a few light creases. In Very Good to Excellent condition. Culled from the legendary Brown Brothers Photo Archive. PSA encapsulated as Type I Authentic.

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