File:James D. Lightbody of the Chicago Athletic Club receiving the Gregg Cup from A.L Shapleigh of the Committee on Physical Culture at the 1904 Olympics.jpg

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English: James D. Lightbody of the Chicago Athletic Club receiving the Gregg Cup from A.L Shapleigh of the Committee on Physical Culture at the 1904 Olympics.
Title: James D. Lightbody of the Chicago Athletic Club receiving the Gregg Cup from A.L Shapleigh of the Committee on Physical Culture at the 1904 Olympics.
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Source Missouri History Museum
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Identifier N15523
Part of Olympic Games, 1904- Running (folder 1 of 2)
Subjects Olympic Games (3rd : 1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.)
Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.)
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James D. Lightbody
grand stand
trophy cup
Men
athlete
Running
Track and field
Sports
Resource 141503
GUID B0CDB1A8-7196-88BA-0F78-F4719827B2AA

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