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Joe DiMaggio in Suit Sits in Stands at Fenway Park in 1938

A cool shot of the Yankee Clipper, Joe DiMaggio, taken in 1938 at Fenway Park in Boston. He's looking like a regular person, wearing a slick suit, leaning over the railing. See the original photo from the Boston Public Library.
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Here’s a cool shot of the Yankee Clipper, taken in 1938. He’s looking like a regular person, wearing a slick suit, leaning over the railing at Fenway Park in Boston.

Joe DiMaggio in suit sits in stands at Fenway

Source: Boston Public Library

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