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Football game, Syracuse University and University of Southern California, Los Angeles Coliseum, Los Angeles. December 6, 1924
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Huntington Library
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A slightly elevated panoramic view of a football game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum between Syracuse University and the University of Southern California. The image was taken from the south side of the stadium, facing north, and shows mostly filled seats, except on the far right. The game is in progress, with the teams facing each other at about midfield. Signs marking the yardage are placed a couple yards out of bounds on the far side. Beyond the Coliseum walls there are several cranes visible, and the dome on the Natural History Museum. Writing in white in the bottom left corner reads "U.S.C. 16. Syracuse. 0. ; Los Angeles Coliseum. ; Dec. 6. 1924". Writing in white in the bottom right corner reads "No 101609".
26 x 52 cm (10 x 20 in)
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, Calif.)--Photographs
Football--California--Los Angeles. (lctgm)
College sports
Stadiums--California--Los Angeles. (lctgm)
Panoramas--California--Los Angeles--Photographs
Negatives. (aat)
Los Angeles (Calif.)
Photographs, Huntington Digital Library

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