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POLO: Horse polo match between two Eastern teams, c. 1903. Polo and Lawn Tennis were two sports reserved for the wealthy.

POLO: Polo match between American and English teams, 1913. Polo was played in the in all of the Olympics during the time period. (No Olympics in 1916) The American brand of the game became faster than their English counterparts, who relied on passing. The English would retain superiority in a sport that was highly exclusive and unappealing to most Americans.

POLO team at Durland’s Riding Academy in New York, 1908. - Indoor practice is on an ice less Hockey rink.

EQESTRIAN: Gypsy Queen was a top American saddle horse in the first decade of the 20th century. The horse appeared at the Chicago shows of 1903 and 1904 and won many horse show competitions.

SPORTS GUIDE: Image from page 97 of "Constitution and by-laws" (1906)

TENNIS: Thomas Clark Bundy, the 1910 national doubles champion. He married women's tennis star May Sutton.

TENNIS: Molla Bjurstedt Mallory (1884-1959) who won the Women's National Indoor Tennis Tournament at the Seventh Regiment Armory (Park Avenue Armory), New York City in March of 1915.