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    1912 Washington Senators Panoramic Photograph. From the opening season of Fenway Park in Boston comes this stellar original panoramic photograph of the Washington Senators team. Just three days after the park was officially opened by the Boston game against the New York Highlanders/Yankees, the Senators came to town for the second game at Fenway. Led by "Big Train" Walter Johnson (eighth from left), the Senators won 6-2.

    This panoramic photo measures approximately 7x28" and is matted and framed to overall measurements of 15x36." A few minor creases do little to distract from this amazing image.


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    November, 2014
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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