Comiskey Park - Ariel View Home of the Chicago White Sox 1910-1990

Regular price $45.00

This vintage sports wall hanging shows an arial view of Comiskey Park home of the Chicago White Sox from 1910 to 1990.

Imagine this great color photograph of this iconic American League ballpark hanging in your sports room or other rooms in your home or office.  The sight of it bringing back nostalgic memories of you watching games or oterh events there.

         Details About This Item:

  • The inside dimensions are 10 x 13 
  • The semi-gloss color photograph of Comiskey Park is 8 x 10
  • The frame is solid wood 1" wide in a walnut finish
  • It has a cloud white matte with a 1.25 border around the image
  • It is covered in glass

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       Comiskey Park History:

The original Comiskey Park, built in 1910 at 35th Street and Shields Avenue, was dubbed the “baseball palace of the world” for its modern steel and concrete construction. 

 On July 1, 1910, the White Sox played their first game in the fireproof park.  It was made entirely of steel and concrete and seated 32,000, which included 7,000 in twenty-five-cent bleachers.

On July 5, 1947, Larry Doby of the Cleveland Indians became the first African American to play in the American League, debuting during a doubleheader at Comiskey.  Other notable events held in this Park included the first Major League All-Star game on July 6, 1933. On June 22, 1937, Joe Louis defeated James Braddock at Comiskey to become heavyweight boxing champion of the world. The Chicago Cardinals of the National Football League played there from 1922 to 1925 and from 1929 to 1959. Comiskey also hosted church festivals, musical extravaganzas, picnics, and auto polo events.  The ballpark closed in September of 1990.

Classic Sports Pictures produces and distributes vintage wall art capturing the greatest players, plays and venues in sports history.  The photographic images that make-up all our works are carefully selected from an extensive collection of vintage 16mm sports films, press photos, postcards and even baseball cards. 

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