22 images. Baseball World Series, third game (First game in Los Angeles), Los Angeles versus Chicago Whitesox, 4 October 1959. (Non action; crowds, etc.). (Sleeve reads: SP-12696).; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Miller. Date: 10-04. Assignment: Baseball. 6: Left to right -- Mrs. John E. Miller; John W. Miller (son); Mrs. H.D. Durkee. Sox fans from Chicago made special jet trip for game. 122: Left to right -- Mrs. Margaret Halt from ElPaso; Mrs. Norman Larker (player's wife); Mrs. Betty Diebold. 121: Mrs. Ann Neal (Charlie Neal's wife); Mrs. Verdell Neal (Neal's mother); Mrs. Jeri Roseboro. 124/123: Left to right -- Mrs. Betty McDevitt (player's wife); Mrs. Lois Wilkins; Mrs. Walter Rosenbrook. They are Dodger fans from Ontario, Calif. 207/208: First and second ball pitched in game. 216: Left to right -- Gov. Edmund G. Brown; Councilwoman Rosalind Wyman. 215: Bing Crosby. In back of him is Edmund G. Robinson.; Other caption slip reads: "Photographer: Olmo. Date: 1959-10-06. Reporter: Donoghue. Assignment: Game sidebar. Special instructions: Daily. 23: Little leaguer Sam Applebaum presenting ivory cigar holder to Walter O'Malley. Lad sneaked into Coliseum to make presentation. 51/52: Howard and Bolle Nicholas, 71 and 62 respectively, of Glendale, having picnic lunch before game. 53: Long shot of some of 150 paraplegics. 54: Nurse Dorothea Krzeminski, son, Jan, 9, and Howard Fisher, wheelchair (?). 55: L to R -- Walter O'Malley; Mrs. Kay O'Malley; Mrs. Kitty LeRoy and husband, Producer Mervyn LeRoy. 57-58: Overall shot of crowd pouring into Ccoliseum -- plus crowd streaming up escalator at South end. 59/60: 2 plate pan during pre-game ceremonies. 61/62/63/64: 4 plate4 pan of crowded bowl as Drysdale pitches first ball, 65: Bases loaded with sox in 1st inning".; Caption slip continues: "...Olmo... 66: As above showing Dodger pitchers warming up in bull pen in foreground. 71: Mrs. Nancy Olson and husband, Earl, of Phoenix, Ariz., watch game. She calls plays as she follows action with binoculars. J50: Mr. and Mrs. Norris Poulson see game from Walter O'Malley's presidential box. J51: Carl Furillo, son. 73/74: Crowd with W.A. Lens. 75: Crowd with W.A. Lens & Dodgers 1st & 2nd run scoring. 76: Crowd & scoreboard with attendance reading & 2 runs for Dodgers. 69/70: Alan J. Walter, salesman, with binoculars, and wife, Shirley, with radio, watch game from farflung seat under Coliseum peristyle over 700 feet from home plate. 68: Oldest Wm John Kirby, 93, of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, oldest of Coliseum fans with daughter Mrs. Marilyn Diego of Santa Monica. 67: Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel V. Gruber, 62, and wife, Mildred, in seats replaced by Dodger official after part of $50 (scalper price) ticket was stolen from son's car".