From 1921 through 1930, the young George E. Outland, who would go on to be a professor and United States Congressman, documented his love for baseball by arriving early at major league and Pacific Coast League ballgames armed with his camera and an album of his own photographs. He used his photographs to gain access to some of the greatest players and ballparks of his era, and his subjects included such legends as Walter Johnson, Paul Waner, Sam Crawford, Babe Ruth, and many more.I became the fortunate inheritor of those photographs upon my fathera#39;s death in 1981, and, ever since, I have been the ... who enthusiastically welcomed, and later published in segmented form, a short essay regarding my fathera#39;s home run log.
|Title||:||Baseball Visions of the Roaring Twenties|
|Author||:||George E. Outland, John W. Outland|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2014-05-14|