Browse Items (21 total)

  • Subject contains "Football teams"

Date: 1961
Description: "Local resident John Roberto established the Wakefield Redskins semi-professional football team in 1961 as part of the New England Football Conference which included teams from Quincy, Haverhill, Lynn…[More]

Date: 1927
Description: "After a disappointing 1926 season, which, according to the Wakefield Town Report was not particularly successful because of the choice of plays, Coach Homer Shellenberger put the following team on…[More]

Date: 1937
Description: "In late September 1919, 26 prospective players showed up for football practice, the first time since 1905 that Wakefield High School fielded a team. In the course of a week, an epidemic broke out,…[More]

Description: "The early settlers of Reading were men and women of modest means, concerned primarily with the building of modest domiciles for themselves, meeting houses, and sanctuaries where they could worship in…[More]

Description: Copied from Picture
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Date: 1930?
Description: Photo of the Hadley Junior High School football team, possibly the first string, along with coach George Hutchinson. Photo is sepia toned and taken on the beach.
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1914?
Description: The first football team was organized in 1909 and nicknamed the "Sculpins." The team played three games that first season, winning one, losing one and tying one. Beginning that first season,…
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1929
Description: Starting members of the St. John's Junior High School football team pose for a team picture.
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1929
Description: Members of the St. John's Junior High School football team pose for a team picture.
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1930
Description: Photo of the Hadley Junior High School football team with one team member holding a football dated 1930. Photo was taken at the school and seems to include the whole team.
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1915?
Description: The first football team was organized in 1909 and nicknamed the "Sculpins." The team played three games that first season, winning one, losing one and tying one. Beginning that first season,…
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1965?
Description: The first football team was organized in 1909 and nicknamed the "Sculpins." The team played three games that first season, winning one, losing one and tying one. Beginning that first season,…
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1915?
Description: The first football team was organized in 1909 and nicknamed the "Sculpins." The team played three games that first season, winning one, losing one and tying one. Beginning that first season,…
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1915?
Description: The first football team was organized in 1909 and nicknamed the "Sculpins." The team played three games that first season, winning one, losing one and tying one. Beginning that first season,…
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1913?
Description: The first football team was organized in 1909 and nicknamed the "Sculpins." The team played three games that first season, winning one, losing one and tying one. Beginning that first season,…
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1917?
Description: The first football team was organized in 1909 and nicknamed the "Sculpins." The team played three games that first season, winning one, losing one and tying one. Beginning that first season,…
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1916?
Description: The first football team was organized in 1909 and nicknamed the "Sculpins." The team played three games that first season, winning one, losing one and tying one. Beginning that first season,…
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1915?
Description: The first football team was organized in 1909 and nicknamed the "Sculpins." The team played three games that first season, winning one, losing one and tying one. Beginning that first season,…
Collection: Swampscott Schools

Date: 1914
Description: Pictured: Robert B. Nagle, 2nd row, 2nd left Photo presented to St. John's Prep Archives by Ms. Helen M. Nagle, 80 Maple Street, Danvers

Date: 11-1970
Description: This is important because of the thrill of schoolboy competition on Thanksgiving Day game. Pictured: Scott Hansbury, Wallace Legro, Douglas Phinney, Bruce Roberts, Michael Merry, Steven Packard