Clipping:Advertisements on the outfield fence; a double fence

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Date Sunday, March 21, 1875
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A party in this city has purchased from the Athletic Club the right to use for advertising purposes the fence surrounding the ground, and purpose to erect a new fence inside of that now enclosing the ground. The erection of this inside fence will prevent the boys from obtaining a gratis view of games through means of cutting holes in the fence, as they have in former seasons. Philadelphia Sunday Mercury March 21, 1875

A neat and substantial board fence has been erected on the Athletic’s ground inside of the old fence, on which it is proposed to place a limited number of advertisements, which will be continually in view of the spectators, and can be seen from all parts of the field. Philadelphia All-Day City Item April 27, 1875

Source Philadelphia Sunday Mercury
Submitted by Richard Hershberger
Origin Initial Hershberger Clippings

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