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Yelm High School coach with "M'Loud Brothers." Likely shot on the same day as Fife High School game.


Group of swimmers and sunbathers on an unidentified lakeside dock with a diving tower, multiple diving boards and a water polo hoop.


Football team playing on a rainy field. Referee is jumping over a fallen player. A small crowd of spectators is watching in the background.


Panorama of Women's Equine Polo team with little girl in uniform in front of military officer.


W.E. ("Bill") Dalgleish of Tacoma was one of the leaders after the first day of competition, June 19, 1925, at the 27th annual Pacific Northwest Golf Association open tournament held at the Tacoma Country & Golf Club links. Mr. Dalgleish was the head pro at the site of the event. He would eventually finish at 309 strokes for the tournament, 14 behind the winner, Seattle pro Jack Hueston. The Tacoma Country & Golf Club was founded in 1894 and is one of the oldest golf clubs in the United States. (TNT 6/19/1925, pg. 1; Tacoma Sunday Ledger 6-21-25, p. 1,4-article) (WSHS)

Tacoma Country & Golf Club (Tacoma)--1920-1930; Golf--Tacoma--1920-1930; Golfers--Tacoma--1920-1930; Golfers--Clothing & dress--1920-1930; Dalgleish, W.E.;


Mortie Dutra, the pro at the Grays Harbor Country Club, takes a swing for the camera in June of 1925. He was competing in the Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA) open tournament, which began on June 19, 1925. The tournament would run through June 27th and include the open, amateur, women's and Class B competitions. (TNT 6/19/1925, pg. 1) (WSHS)

Tacoma Country & Golf Club (Tacoma)--1920-1930; Golf--Tacoma--1920-1930; Golfers--Tacoma--1920-1930; Golfers--Clothing & dress--1920-1930; Dutra, Mortie;


Baseball team posed for group portrait on playing field. Three two-story brick houses in background, possibly officer's quarters. (Bremerton Sun).

Baseball players--Bremerton--1930-1940;


At the May 5, 1938 opener of the Tacoma Tigers season, Mayor George Smitley throws out the first ball. Over 6,000 fans turned out to watch the defending champion Tigers meet the team from Yakima. In 1937, organized baseball had returned to Tacoma after a 15 year absence.

Baseball--Tacoma--1930-1940; Baseball players--Tacoma--1930-1940; Tacoma Tigers (Tacoma)--1930-1940; Tacoma Athletic Park (Tacoma); Smitley, George A., 1872-1956; Mayors--Tacoma--1930-1940;


ca. 1937. City League Baseball Team in uniforms standing in front of bleachers, ca. 1937. According to Richards Studio notes, the team represented Naubert's. Naubert's Recreation is listed in the 1937 City Directory as a billiard hall at 945 Commerce, managed by Frank C. Naubert. (filed with Argentum) same group pictured in series D101 image 1.

Baseball players--Tacoma--1930-1940; Baseball--Tacoma--1930-1940;


ca. 1937. City League Baseball Team in casual clothes, batboy in front, circa 1937. Team is listed in Richards Studio notes as the Peninsula Baseball Team from Long Branch. (filed with Argentum)

Baseball--Tacoma--1930-1940; Baseball players--Long Branch--1930-1940;


ca. 1935. City League individual pictures, baseball player on the Cammarano Brothers team; possibly Gus Paine (TNT 4/29/1949, pg. 22)

Cammarano Bros. (Tacoma); Baseball players--Tacoma--1930-1940;


ca. 1935. City League individual pictures, baseball player on the Cammarano Brothers team.

Cammarano Bros. (Tacoma); Baseball players--Tacoma--1930-1940;


ca. 1937. Russell (Russ) H. Michael's Service Station baseball team; the 1937 Twilight League Baseball Champions. The players wear long sleeved shirts that say "Russ Michael's Service, 38th & M." The man in the bow tie is Russ Michael, the owner of the service station. In the 1930's, baseball was the true American sport and most Americans played. City leagues were numerous and many businesses sponsored a team. (Michael's identification supplied by a family member)

Russ Michael's Service (Tacoma); Baseball players--Tacoma--1930-1940; Automobile service stations--Tacoma--1930-1940; Michael, Russell H.;


Bellarmine High School Midget Football Team. Bellarmine, coached by Leo Eckstein, won the city championship in 1938, 14 to 7 against Lincoln High School. Midget class players were 132 pounds and under. The last city midget championship was played in 1940. Back row, tossing footballs left to right, Bud Peluso, Jim Fitzpatrick, John O'Brien and Roccy Spadafore. Front row, left to right, Dick Hutt, Joe Dargan, John Grasy, Pete Pagni, Joe Devlin, Caesar DeVita and Jack Pickard. (T. Times, 11/22/1938, p. 11).

Football players--Tacoma--1930-1940; Football--Tacoma--1930-1940; Private schools--Tacoma--1930-1940; Students--Tacoma; Bellarmine High School (Tacoma)--Sports;

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