Bad Boys, Bad Times : the Cleveland Indians and Baseball in the Prewar Years, 1937-1941 /
"In 1937, the Great Depression was still lingering, but at baseball parks across the country there was a sense of optimism. Major League attendance was on a sharp rise. Tickets to an Indians game at League Park on Lexington and East 66th were $1.60 for box seats, $1.35 for reserve seats, and $....
Ohio University Press,
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GV875.C7 L67 2019