Presented is a lot of (3) original 9x7 photographs from 1952 & 1956 that depict Hall of Fame second baseman Jackie Robinson. Each of the images has a newspaper cutout on the reverse to explain the particular setting of the photograph according to the Associated Press. A solid addition to any Brooklyn Dodger memorabilia assemblage.
Jackie Robinson fielding photograph: shows Jackie accepting a late throw from Duke Snider. Joe Frazier of the Reds slides in safely as umpire Vic Delmore looks on. The May 19, 1956 image shows solid details and presents in approximate (VG-EX) condition due mostly to light unobtrusive creasing and surface marks;
Jackie Robinson congratulates Hodges photograph: shows Jackie in the dugout alongside Walter Alston and Don Newcombe celebrating the three-run homer hit by Gil Hodges to help his team win Game 1 by a score of 6-3 over the Yankees. Robinson also homered in this game off Whitey Ford in the first inning. The October 3, 1956 image shows solid details and presents in approximate (VG-EX) condition due mostly to light unobtrusive creasing
Jackie Robinson & Roy Campanella speak to Don Newcombe: shows Jackie to the right of Don Newcombe, who is wearing his Army uniform at Camp Pickett, Virginia. Newcombe served two years in the Korean War before resuming his career in 1954. This April 9, 1952 image presents in (VG) condition because of light creasing, uneven left border perforation and a chopped off bottom right corner.