Construction of Dodger Stadium, built for $23 million, the first privately financed Major League Baseball stadium since Yankee Stadium was built in the 1920s. According to the Herald-Examiner’s Morton Moss, Chavez Ravinehad turned into a “vast monument of multi-colored steel concrete and terraced asphalt surrounding a barbered acreage of scalloped greenery.” Photograph dated May 4, 1960.


  Construction of Dodger Stadium, built for $23 million, the first privately financed Major League Baseball stadium since Yankee Stadium was built in the 1920s. According to the Herald-Examiner’s Morton Moss, Chavez Ravinehad turned into a “vast monument of multi-colored steel concrete and terraced asphalt surrounding a barbered acreage of scalloped greenery.” Photograph dated May 4, 1960.

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