When the New York Yankees finally won the World Series in 1923, it was a big event. So big in fact, even the players and managers knew it was bigger than just another title. The offered photograph shows manager Miller Huggins of the Yankees taking a moment to grab his own camera and memorialize the event by taking pictures of his team. Stamped on the back by Underwood and Underwood, this is a nearly perfect image and is one of the more thought provoking and poignant photographs of Huggins we have ever offered.
Designation: Vintage 1
Overall Grade: 9.5/10