Chapter 20 photographs

Chapter 20 Photographs

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(Note: Page numbers are from Mr. Randall's book.)

Page 724 : The 1922 Hampton Beach baseball team which, had a 10-4 record playing teams from Fremont, Kingston, the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, United States Marines, Epping, Exeter, and Manchester. Front row, from left: Leston Holmes, center field; Roy Klinger, pitcher; Jim Eastman, manager; Jim Martell, catcher and Bill Bigley, right field. Rear: Jim Riley, utility; Horace Hobbs, third base; Clyde Brown, second base; Paul Hughes, left field; Ralph Rowell, first base; and Charlie Kierstead, shortstop. Courtesy Horacer Estow Hobbs.

Page 724 : Amesbury Day baseball game in the field behinid the Casino. Courtesy Ansell Palmer.

Page 727 : East End School sixth-grade baseball team: Ed Langley, Bill McElveen, John Elliot, Clarence Shaw, John Woodburn, Tuck White, Roger Moore, Albert Towle, Hollis Johnson and Wilfred Cunningham. Courtesy Wilfred Cunningham.

Page 728 : Hampton Academy football team, 1924. Courtesy Alzena Elliot

Page 729 : Aerial view of newly created Tuck Field, Founder's Park, and Meeting House Green. Note intersection of Park Avenue and Lafayette Road, and the Moulton House in upper left. Courtesy Alzena Elliot.

Page 729: Women of Hampton spelling out "Tuck" as part of Tuck Field dedication [in June 1930]. Courtesy Lorraine King Brown.

Page 732: Ansell Palmer and sister, Rita, in "The Comet," a Model T-Ford racer built by Palmer, ca. 1935. Courtesy Ansell Palmer.

Page 734: Chauncey Redding's airplane on the beach, Carnival Week, 1915. Courtesy Gertrude Palmer.

Page 735: Aerial view from Winnacunnet Road at Park Avenue toward High Street. The open field was Hampton's first airport, but the area was heavily developed after World War II. Courtesy Arthur Moody.

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