Large 1930's photograph of Babe Ruth relegated to a spectator during the World Series and showing him interacting with his fans and signing autographs. Identified on the back as the work of William C. Greene and it has a pen notation of 1933 (which may or may not be correct). The quality of the image is really nice and it presents in great shape overall. The look on Ruth's face is why he was so loved, he probably signed a million autographs in his career and he did every single one with pleasure because he loved his fans and especially children so much!
Designation: Vintage 1
Overall Grade: 9/10