baseball team

1950

Handwritten on the back, "Picture of the Day, Tommy McDonough, Wilson Mar 22." Probably Lonnie Wilson printed this photograph from a Tommy McDonough negative. Photo shows the 1950 Oakland Oaks...

c. 1947

Blank stationary with the letterhead and envelope for the Oakland Larks Baseball Club. On the letterhead are listed the names of the president of the club, the secretary, business manager, and...

c. 1947

Blank stationary with the letterhead and envelope for the Oakland Larks Baseball Club. On the letterhead are listed the names of the president of the club, the secretary, business manager, and...

c. 1947

Blank stationary with the letterhead of the California Larks Baseball Club. The address is listed as "3109 Sacramento Street, Berkeley 2, California."

There are two identical pieces of...

1946

Two page description of the Larks team and its players written on Larks letterhead written by Langston Branch Jr. (no indication of who this is). Discusses the accomplishments of some of the best...

1908

Black and white, gelatine silver, photograph mounted on dark gray board. Subject of the image is the Oakland Oaks Baseball Team: 15 players in uniform, with a man in the center, wearing a suit,...

1906

Black and white, silver gelatin, photograph mounted on dark gray board. Subject of the image is the Oakland Oaks Baseball Team: 15 members of the team (6 kneeling in the front, nine standing...

24-Mar-53

from left to right:George Kelly, Sam Chapman, Augie Gallant

1950

Black and white photograph, Bill Erwin Post American Legion team in uniform, with Geroge Powles (third from right, back row). On verso is the photographer's stamp, Jack R. Whitnal, from Yakima,...

1906

Black and white, gelatin silver, photograph mounted on dark gray board. Subject of the image is the Oakland Oakes Baseball Team: 14 players are standing in their uniforms with an "O" on the left...

1950

Photograph of a baseball team at a train station. George Powles is on the back row, sixth from right. In front of the players are two trophies, and one player is holding a plaque. The players...

1912

Handwritten on the back, "Oaks of 1912 not used to date 10-7-48." Photo is a team portrait of the 1912 Oaks with their mascot, a little boy, sitting in the middle front row.

1906

Typed paper attached to the back, "1906 Oaks Back: Randall, Art Kreuger, later with Cincy; Oscar Graham, Jack Bliss, former U.C. and later St. Louis catcher; George Van Haltren, Bill...

2-Apr-54

Tribune label on the back, April 2, 1954, "The 1954 Oakland Oaks, who open the Coast League season Tuesday in Sacramento, pose in their bright new uniforms. The Oaks will wear the white...

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