The photograph shows a crowd of men in Saint George, Utah, gathered outside a radio shop that is broadcasting World Series baseball game between the Cincinnati Reds and the Detroit Tigers. Before televisions became widely available, radio broadcasting was a primary source for entertainment.
- Why are the men gathered outside the radio shop?
- What is familiar from today?
Lee, Russell, "A crowd of men listening to World Series game, Saint George, Utah," September 1940. Courtesy of Library of Congress