File:Beals C. Wright, Boston. World's Tennis doubles champion with E. W. Leonard at the 1904 Olympics.jpg

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English: Vertical photograph of a man in white pants and a white shirt holding a tennis racket.
Title: Beals C. Wright, Boston. World's Tennis doubles champion with E. W. Leonard at the 1904 Olympics.
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Identifier N16297
Part of Olympic Games, 1904- Tennis Champions
Subjects black and white
tennis champion
doubles champion
doubles tennis champion
Beals C. Wright
tennis racket
Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.)
Olympic Games (3rd : 1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.)
Olympic Games
World's Fair
Resource 141331
GUID 5A394D60-D10A-8BE7-8D48-F124BFF783AA


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