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Albie Booth, Frank Carideo, Red Cagle, and Ernie Nevers
Photographer:Photographed by Unknown
Photography; gelatin silver print on paper
Primary Dimensions (height x width): 6 1/16 x 7 3/4in. (15.4 x 19.7cm)
Credit Line: Gift of the Minneapolis Public Library
Description: Three-quarter-length portrait of four young men wearing identical sweaters over shirts, neckties, and trousers. Each sweater has a shield with stripes, stars, and the words "ALL AMERICA" on it. One man has two stars on his left sleeve. Another has three stars. Each man wears a ring, probably a class ring, on his left hand. Most are smiling. The background is out of focus.
Subject Note: Albert J. "Albie" Booth, Jr. (1908-1959) was a three-sport captain and football star at Yale from 1929 to 1931. He scored all three touchdowns in the 21-13 upset of Army in 1930. Francis F. "Frank" Carideo (1908-1992) was a quarterback for Notre Dame from 1929-1930. After graduation he served as an assistant coach at several colleges. Christian K. "Red" Cagle (1905-1942) was an All-American halfback on the Army team in 1927, 1928, and 1929. He secretly married in violation of West Point rules and was forced to resign without graduating. Ernie Nevers (1903-1976) was a fullback at Stanford from 1923 to 1925. Like Albie Booth, he also played baseball and basketball. After college he played professional baseball with the St. Louis Browns and professional football with the Chicago Cardinals.
Inscription: On verso, inscribed in pencil: "3 col Spts today" / L to R / Albie Booth / Frank Carideo / Red Cagle / Ernie Nevers."; accession number in lower right margin.
Object Number: 2001.136.7
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