There are somewhat differing accounts of who these men were.
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At least two of the men (the second and third from the right) are Hungarian. The third man from the right is Louis Friedman who was 28 at the time this picture was taken. Louis identified himself in this picture in the 1980's. Mr. Friedman identified the second person from the right as his brother.
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My relatives who live in Long Island NY say that the man 3rd to the left is my great-grandfather, Thomas Enright. His father was Patrick Enright who came with family and son from County Claire, Ireland in 1910s. My family recognized our connection by his face but also by the gloves with the stars on them... We have both pictures (Lunchtime Atop a Skyscraper; Resting on a Girder) framed at our family houses. Where can I claim my royalities?? :) The man on the far left is my Great Granduncle, Matty O'Shaughnessy and I'm from Galway which is right next to Clare..
Charles Ebbets died on 1925-04-18.
Charles Ebbets was born on October 29th, 1859.
Charles Clyde Ebbets was born in 1905.
Charles Clyde Ebbets died in 1978.
Ebbets Field was named after Charlie Ebbets. He was the owner of Washington Park and decided to build a new stadium so they named it Ebbets Field.
Ebbets Field was created in 1913.
The dogers moved from Brooklyn to Los Angelas after the 1957 season. So there was no need for Ebbets field.
Charlie Ebbets was born October 29, 1859, in New York, NY, USA.
Charlie Ebbets died April 18, 1925, in New York, NY, USA.
Brooklyn, NY (Ebbets Field)
Ed Bouchee of the Philadelphia Phillies in the 6th inning of the final MLB game played at Ebbets Field on September 29, 1957.
Prior to playing at Ebbets Field, the Brooklyn Dodgers played at Washington Field in Brooklyn, New York.The Dodgers played at Ebbets Field from 1913-1957. While playing at Washington Field the team had several unofficial names, such as the Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers and the Brooklyn Superbas.
At 55 Sullivan Place, Brooklyn, New York.