Civil War Camp Cleveland - E. Tremont - 1861 - Soldiers playing ball in background.
Case Commons - 1877 Birdseye View Map
Case Commons - 1877 - Corner of Scoville & Case
Only known photo of Case Commons - Pictured - Cincinnati Red Stockings and Forest City's - 1870
Beyerle Park - 1897 Atlas - Converted to dump in early 20th Century
National League Park II - aka Brookside Park - 1887 Atlas - Current Fulton & Dennison Area.
Brookside Park - early 1900's
Brookside Park - 1910
Brookside Park 1915
Brookside Park - Panoramic - 1915 - Largest recorded crowd for baseball game - 115,000 (est)
Brookside Park - Panoramic - 1922
Brotherhood Park - Infants - Modern Day
Silver Lake Grounds
Euclid Beach Ball Grounds
Luna Park Field 1920's
"The left field fence of this park was so short that balls hit over it were only doubles. You couldn't tell if a ball was hit over the outfield because of all the trees out there." - Projectballpark.org
1881 City Atlas of Cleveland
1881 Birdeye View Map of Cleveland
Jeff Suntala Drawing - Kennard Street Park
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Home grounds of the Blues from 1887-1890. Destroyed by lightning in June 1890.
Drawing by James Egan Jr.
Dunn Field 1910
League Park around 1900
Current Ariel View
Cartoon that ran in Cleveland Press for Opening Day at League Park - 1891
League Park Postcard
1920 World Series at League Park Ticket Stub
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