Take Me Out to the Ball Game

What better way to spend a warm summer day than playing—or watching—baseball. Our collections are chock-full of baseball memorabilia.
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Ruth knocked out. July 6, 1924. National Photo Company Collection, Prints and Photographs Division.

Ruth knocked out. Baseball player Babe Ruth knocked unconscious, after he ran into a concrete wall at Griffith Stadium, Washington, D.

[Walter Johnson, Washington Nationals, baseball card portrait]. 1911.  Baseball Cards, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Walter Johnson joined the White Sox from the Washington Senators for the world tour. From the Benjamin K. Edwards Collection at the Library of Congress.

America’s pinch hit march Bertha Stanfield Dempsey, 1919. Baseball sheet music collection, Library of Congress Music Division.

America’s pinch hit march Bertha Stanfield Dempsey, Baseball sheet music collection, Library of Congress Music Division.

Actress Georgia Caine and the Anshutz sisters going to a baseball game, driving a Studebaker and carrying Pittsburgh pennants, July 14, 1909. George Grantham Bain Collection, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

onceuponatown: “ “Motor Girls" Georgia Caine and Anshutz sisters posing in and around Studebaker auto, going to a baseball game. Looks like they are Pittsburg fans.

Herman A. "Germany" Schaefer of the Washington senators. 1911. Bain News Service, publisher. Prints and Photographs Collection.    [Germany Schaefer, Washington AL (baseball)]   [1911] (date created or published later by Bain)

Herman A. 'Germany' Schaefer trying out the other side of the camera during the Washington Senators visit to play the New York Highlanders April 1911

[Cy Young, Boston AL, full-length portrait, standing, facing right, throwing baseball]. 1908 July 23.  Bain Collection, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Cy Young, Boston Red Sox pitcher, throwing a baseball at Huntington Avenue Grounds, Boston. Photographic print by Bain News Service, July

Home Run Quick Step – Respectfully dedicated to the Members of the Mercantile Base Ball Club.” Composed by John Zebley Jr., 1861. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Global Gallery 'Home run quick step' Vintage Advertisement on Wrapped Canvas Size:

African-American Marines prepare for baseball action at Camp Lejeune in 1943. Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Collection, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

African-American Marines prepare for baseball action at Camp Lejeune in Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Collection, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

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