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Home to the Boston Red Sox since its construction in 1912, Fenway Park is perhaps best known as the site of some of baseball’s most historic moments. Piecing together a century of history, Field of Our Fathers, celebrates the legacies of those who have played and performed in the shadow of the Green Monster over the years, making Fenway what it is today.
Author Richard A. Johnson compiles an impressively comprehensive collection of essays, newspaper clippings, fan memorabilia, and photos, expertly capturing the essence and inexplicable charm of one of America’s most venerable ballparks.
Richard A. Johnson serves as the curator of the Sports Museum at TD Garden. He has authored and edited numerous books on a variety of sports topics, including histories of each of Boston's four major sports franchises as well as the Boston Braves, Boston Garden, Boston Marathon, and A Century of Boston Sports.
|Where||646 E Broadway, South Boston, MA 02127 (The South Boston Branch of the Boston Public Library.)|
|Next on||April 9, 2012|
|Who to bring||Everyone|