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Concordia baseball team, 1903
Concordia baseball team, 1903
TitleConcordia baseball team, 1903
DescriptionMembers of Concordia's baseball team in 1903. Location of photograph unkown.
Individuals: First row l-r: Osval Hellerud, Albert Haga, Julius Oscar Thorn, Roy Gratias; Second row l-r: Paul Gaarder, unknown, Hilmar Kjorsvik, Otto Lutnes, Oscar Berg; Third row l-r: Uknown, Johaness Ness, John Ellingson, John Hellerud, Harry Reah.
Date of Original1903
CreatorFlaten, O. E.
Creator RolePhotographer
General SubjectColleges & Universities
Sports & Recreation
Subject (LCTGM)Baseball
Baseball players
Sport clothes
Sports
Students
Universities & colleges
Personal NameHellerud, Osval
Haga, Albert
Thorn, Julius Oscar
Gratias, Roy
Gaarder, Paul
Kjorsvik, Hilmar
Lutnes, Otto
Berg, Oscar
Ness, Johaness
Ellingson, John
Hellerud, John
Reah, Harry.
Organization NameConcordia College (Moorhead, Minn.)--People
LocationMoorhead (Minn.)
Clay County (Minn.)
Minnesota
United States
Decade1900-1909
Item NumberP0349E
Format of OriginalPhotographs
Dimensions of Original10 x 12 in.
Publisher of OriginalO. E. Flaten Studio
Place of PublicationMoorhead (Minn.)
Transcription"Top Row: ?, John Ness, John Ellingson, John Hellerud, Harry Reah. 2nd Row: Paul Garder, ?, Kjorsvik, Otto Lutnes, Oscar Berg. Bottom Row: Osvald Hellerud, Albert Haga, Julius Thorne, Roy Gratias. People on picture identified by Mathilde (Mortenson) Peterson, sister of Peter Mortenson, August 3, 1970."--Handwritten on back of mount.
NotesTitle handwritten on back of mount.
Biography/HistoryThe first organized baseball team at Concordia was formed in 1903. This team did compete against other schools; the first out-of-town game was at Fergus Falls. The first baseball diamond was where Fjelstad Hall now stands.
Bibliographical ReferenceErling N. Rolfsrud, Cobber Chronicle (Minnesota: Concordia College, 1966), 200.
Repository InstitutionConcordia College Library, College Archives
Repository CollectionPhotographs 1891-1910, RG 31.11.1 FF 4
Credit LineCourtesy of the Concordia College Archives.
Rights ManagementImage in public domain.
Ordering InformationTo order a reproduction, inquire about permissions, or for information on prices, contact the Concordia College Archives.
Digital IDcc000038
Original SourcePhotographic print
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