Lincoln High School Baseball 1911

November 16th, 2007 @ 12:15 am by Cliffe | Sorted School Days |
And now for a case study in baseball fashions.
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One of my favorite blogs, Uni Watch studies the fine art of
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the uniform very closely. This 1911 image from Seattle’s Lincoln High School can tell us a bit about early baseball wear in the area. First note the stylishly popped light collar along with the sleeve and pant piping setting off the rest of the dark colored uni.
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The “Skull Style” cap is also in keeping with this scheme.
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One boy’s collar is darker and lacks flare while the jolly fellow on
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the left has a slightly different cap style. The matching dark stockings are there but the stirrups seem to be missing. All in all, a classic baseball uniform.
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Richie Sexson, if you’re reading this, don’t be afraid to show some stocking. Click on the image for a larger view. Oh, and who is that boy in the stands
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? Team manager perhaps?
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Lincoln High School Baseball Team, 1911.

3 Responses to “Lincoln High School Baseball 1911”

  1. The boy, who is a baseball fan through and through, can’t play because he spends most of his days in an iron lung. Poor chap.

  2. Didi says:

    I thought he spent most of his days hiding from that hideous group photo.

  3. Hello, constantly i used to check webpage posts here in the
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