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This week, Huntsville has long had a public library. Can you pick out the location of this one? What’s your favourite library memory? (Photo courtesy of Muskoka Digital Archives.)
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Dave Johns commented via Facebook: “Love all the old cars lined up. Huntsville had a very competitive team back when.”
He also wrote: “The ball park was part of Memorial Park in the 1920’s- 30’s. Some of this area was used up in 1930 with the Arena being built. The Kellocks, (Kellock’s Greenhouse), were on the team with George Kellock a manager and Jim Kellock being one the best players.”
The field was indeed in the location of the arena, Dave. Here’s what we know about this photo:
Baseball game at Memorial Park, Huntsville, Ontario, 1925. The ball diamond was located where the Huntsville Centennial Centre now stands. The Huntsville Team 1925 players were: George Grant, John Cullon, Danny Mulhern, Jim Kellock, K. Armstrong, Charlie Wall, Paul Rice, Roy Watson, Charlie Chantler, S. Kendrick, Gren Nickalls, A. Kellock (assistant manager), George Kellock, (scorer), and Dr. Edgar Evans (coach).