Image ID
SDN-066578
Headline
Baseball manager, Ray Schalk, of the American League's Chicago White Sox, kneeling with baby Charles A. Comiskey, Jr. in front of a floral arrangement on the field at Comiskey Park
Date Depicted
May 11, 1927
Date Created
May 11, 1927
Creator
Chicago Daily News, Inc.
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
glass negatives
Copyright Notice
No known copyright restrictions.
Credit Line
SDN-066578, Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago History Museum
Inventory Number
1960.784
Storage Location
Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago History Museum
Acquisition Source
Gift of Field Enterprises, Inc.
Max Pixels - Height
3014
Max Pixels - Width
2394
KEYWORDS
sports
athletes
baseball
Comiskey Park (Chicago, Ill.)
Chicago White Sox (Baseball team)
Chicago (Ill.)
1920-1929
Dry plate negatives
Gelatin dry plate negatives
baseball manager ray schalk of the american leagues chicago white sox kneeling with baby charles a comiskey jr in front of a floral arrangement on the field at comiskey park

Informal full-length portrait of baseball manager Ray Schalk, of the American League's Chicago White Sox, kneeling with baby Charles A. Comiskey, Jr. in front of a floral arrangement on the field at Comiskey Park, which was located at 324 West 35th Street and bounded by West 34th Street, South Shield's Avenue (formerly Portland Avenue), and South Wentworth Avenue in the Armour Square community area of Chicago, Illinois. A group of men wearing street clothes are standing next to Schalk. Text on floral arrangement reads: Success to Ray.

Informal full-length portrait of baseball manager Ray Schalk, of the American League's Chicago White Sox, kneeling with baby Charles A. Comiskey, Jr. in front of a floral arrangement on the field at Comiskey Park, which was located at 324 West 35th Street and bounded by West 34th Street, South Shield's Avenue (formerly Portland Avenue), and South Wentworth Avenue in the Armour Square community area of Chicago, Illinois. A group of men wearing street clothes are standing next to Schalk. Text on floral arrangement reads: Success to Ray.