Clipping:Boston Club to buy real estate

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Date Wednesday, November 26, 1884
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The Boston Base Ball Association has purchased of the Hammett heirs the South End grounds, occupied by the association for a number of years. The price paid was $100,000. The purchase was necessitated by the determination of the heirs to divide the property into lots to be sold at public auction. The Sporting Life November 26, 1884

[reporting on the Boston Club meeting] It was voted that the Directors be authorized to purchase the land in Boston now used by the corporation as a base-ball ground at a prince not exceeding $100,000, and to give the note of the corporation, secured by a mortgage on the purchased property, for such portion of the purchase money as they deem advisable, paying the residue in cash. Cincinnati Enquirer December 18, 1884

Source Sporting Life
Submitted by Richard Hershberger
Origin Initial Hershberger Clippings

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