Title: TO EVERY THING A SEASON
Publisher: Princeton Univ. Press
Publication Date: 1991
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Like New
Dust Jacket Condition: Like New
Signed: Signed Association Copy
Edition: Fourth Printing
273pp. Illus. "Shibe Park and Urban Philadelphia, 1909-1976." SIGNED BY JIM BUNNING, EDDIE JOOST AND ROBIN ROBERTS. (loc bbr/3+1). Bookseller Inventory # 14369
Shibe Park was demolished in 1976, and today its site is surrounded by the devastation of North Philadelphia. Kuklick, however, vividly evokes the feelings people had about the home of the Philadelphia Athletics and later the Phillies.
From the Back Cover:
"An exceptionally valuable contribution to the new genre of serious and adult baseball history. . . . As for those who say how important is a ball park really, I'd say this. In a way the Coliseum was a ball park. Look at how much it tells us about Imperial Rome."--Roger Kahn
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