History Crumbles

Hinchliffe (yes, that is the right spelling) Stadium in Paterson, New Jersey is a fading relic of architectural history. This former home of the Negro League Black Yankees was recently placed on the National Trust for Historic Preservation list of America’s most endangered places. Paul Lukas wrote about the stadium for ESPN.com, and some of my photos of Hinchliffe accompany the story.

In other news, I have finally joined the smarties with the acqisition of a Magic Phone, thanks to my lovely and generous friend Laura and her phone upgrade. Dragged into the 21st century at last, I am embracing the modern magic and am right now testing out posting from my phone. Expect a review with typo corrections as soon as I return to the old desktop!



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