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Harry Levine302 viewsPhoto from Esther Levine Kaplan Jan 25, 2018
Madison Square Garden302 viewsPhoto from Esther Levine Kaplan Jan 25, 2018
Fisher, Al324 viewsPhoto from Jay Ryan KaminsJan 17, 2018
300 viewsPhoto from Paul DoughtyJan 14, 2018
310 viewsJan 13, 2018
Wet Grounds Postpones Newark-Bloomfield Game330 viewsApril 16, 1916Jan 04, 2018
294 viewsPostcardJan 01, 2018
1909 Map357 viewsJan 01, 2018
1904-02-16356 viewsFlames at Vailsburg TrackJan 01, 2018
Base Ball Notes328 viewsJune 12, 1893Dec 31, 2017
Base Ball Notes335 viewsJune 12, 1893Dec 31, 2017
June 5, 1893344 viewsDec 30, 2017
1892 Map342 viewsDec 30, 2017
June 5, 1893340 viewsDec 30, 2017
1908 Map332 viewsDec 30, 2017
401 viewsPhoto from Gonzalo AlbertoDec 28, 2017
391 viewsPhoto from Gonzalo AlbertoDec 28, 2017
398 viewsPhoto from Gonzalo AlbertoDec 28, 2017
1937379 viewsThe Newark Bears let off steam before going to the showers, after having defeated the Columbus Red Birds, American Association Champions, 10-4, to win the Little World Series at Columbus, Ohio, October 7th, 1937. The Bears came from behind, winning four straight, after the Red Birds had defeated them in the first three.
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Dec 23, 2017
Ellsworth 'Babe' Dahlgren366 viewsNewark Bears' first and third baseman Ellsworth 'Babe' Dahlgren, 24, at Ruppert Stadium.
Photo by Seymour Wally
Dec 20, 2017
Charles Whitehouse316 viewsNewark Fed's Player Charles Whitehouse in Baseball Action Pose
Photo by George Rinhart
Dec 20, 2017
Willie Wells359 viewsWillie Wells of the Newark Eagles poses with his bat for portrait. Willie James Wells became famous as the player-manager of the Newark Eagles in the 1940s. His Negro League career spanned two decades playing for many teams including the St. Louis Stars, Detroit Wolves, Homestead Grays, Chicago American Giants, Cole's American Giants, New York Black Yankees, Baltimore Elite Giants, Indianapolis Clowns and Memphis Red Sox from 1925-1948.

Photo by National Baseball Hall of Fame
Dec 20, 2017
Walter Johnson356 viewsWalter Johnson, former pitcher for the Washington Senators and now manager of the Newark Bears, who is down here training with his men for the coming season.
Photo by George Rinhart
Dec 20, 2017
Owner Effa Manley323 viewsNegro League Newark Eagles baseball team owner Effa Manley poses with bats in the dugout in Ruppert Stadium in Newark, New Jersy in 1948.

Photo by Mark Rucker
Dec 17, 2017
268 viewsDec 16, 2017
Zale, Tony & Rocky Graziano349 views6/10/1948-Newark, NJ- Tony Zale of Gary, Indiana sends a left hook to the head, which knocked out Rocky Graziano of New York, in the third round of their scheduled 15-round middleweight title bout in Ruppert Stadium.

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Dec 16, 2017
Zale, Tony & Rocky Graziano311 views6/10/1948-Newark, NJ- Tony Zale of Gary, Indiana sends a left hook to the head, which knocked out Rocky Graziano of New York, in the third round of their scheduled 15-round middleweight title bout in Ruppert Stadium.

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Dec 16, 2017
Putting the Cart before the Horse282 viewsAn unusual harness race, with the driver facing backwards, takes place at Weequahic Park, Newark, New Jersey, 17th October 1928.

Photo by Henry Miller News
Dec 16, 2017
Babe Ruth331 viewsYoungsters get autographs from Babe Ruth in Newark before Babe's new team the Boston Braves beat the Newark Bears, 10-8 in Ruppert Stadium.

Photo by NY Daily News
Dec 15, 2017
Ruppert & The Babe322 viewscirca 1934: American baseball player Babe Ruth (George Herman Ruth, 1895 - 1948), wearing a Boston Braves uniform, shakes hands with Jacob Ruppert, owner of the New York Yankees. Ruth was a player and vice-president of the Braves at that time.
Photo by New York Times
Dec 15, 2017
Babe Ruth327 viewsThe Newark Bears vs. the Boston Braves at Ruppert Field. Photo shows Babe Ruth (Boston Braves) as he 'slams one out of the park.'

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Dec 15, 2017
1939343 views The Negro League Newark Eagles pose at home in Ruppert Stadium for a team portrait in 1939. Monte Irvin is in the back row, far left, and Mule Suttles in the middle of the back row. (Photo by Mark Rucker/Transcendental Graphics, Getty Images)Dec 13, 2017
318 viewsJUNE 1939: Negro League Baseball: Portrait of Newark Eagles (L-R) pitcher Leniel Hooker, All Star pitcher Max Manning, pitcher Jim Brown, Raleigh Biz Mackey & unidentified executive. (Photo by Aral/Pix Inc./The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)Dec 13, 2017
291 viewsPhoto from Gonzalo AlbertoDec 07, 2017
Kelly Scoring Newark's Solitary Run296 views1908Nov 07, 2017
Woodside A. C. Had Successful Year351 views1908Nov 07, 2017
Sunday Baseball in Newark314 viewsJune 28, 1908Nov 07, 2017
Weston E. C. Nine Did Good Work286 viewsNov 07, 2017
Broad Street Nine, P. S. C. Does Well279 viewsNov 07, 2017
383 viewsPhoto from Hammond MapsApr 23, 2017
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