Barre, Vermont: C. Baris Studio, 1909.
Unbound. Gelatin silver photograph. Approximately 13¼" x 10½" mounted on a thick card printed in silver and measuring approximately 20" x 14". A trifle rubbed at the corners of the mount, overall fine, with the image particularly sharp. The picture depicts a dozen uniformed men with gloves, one young man (presumably the bat boy) in uniform, and nine men in suits and ties. Each is identified with either their position, or in the case of the suited men, their place in team management. In the middle of the picture is displayed a sign or banner that reads "1909 I.A.C. Amateur Champions of State. Barre, Vermont." Presumably I.A.C. stands for "Italian Athletic Clubs." A splendid image of Italian-American baseball players.