Joe Jackson Photos - The Early Years 1903 - 1910

Joe and Katie Jackson, Savannah, GA, 1909 Photo of Joe with two of his Savannah teammates taken at the corner of Broughton and Habersham Streets. The unique part about this photo is Joe's wife Katie is the girl on the left with the sweater on. We presume the other two ladies are the wives / girlfriends of the other two ballplayers. The name of the player on the right is Al Demaree and the last name of the player on the left is Murray.

Joe warming up in Savannah, 1909 Photo of Joe warming up before a game, Savannah, GA, 1909.

1907 Victor Mills Team Photo Photo of the 1907 Victor Mills team. Joe is second from left standing.

1908 Greenville, SC team photo 1908 Greenville, SC team of the Carolina Association. Joe is fifth man from the left.

Close-up of 1908 Greenville, SC team photo Close-up of 1908 Greenville, SC team of the Carolina Association. Joe is fifth man from the left.

1908 Greenville Spinners (side view) 1908 Greenville Spinners taken the same day as the one above. Joe is the fifth man from the left.

Joe with Greenville Spinners, 1908 Joe with the Greenville Spinners, 1908.

Joe in his Philadelphia Athletics uniform Joe in his Philadelphia Athletics uniform accented by watercolor.

1907 Victor Mills Team 1907 Victor Mills Team. Joe is the first man on the left.

Photo of Joe from 1910 1910 New Orleans newspaper photo of Joe.

1910 New Orleans team photo This is the 1910 New Orleans Pelicans team photo with Joe Jackson (first row, third player from right).

1910 New Orleans team photo - version 2 This is the another version of the 1910 New Orleans Pelicans team photo with Joe Jackson (first row, third player from right).

1909 Savannah, GA team photo This is the 1909 Savannah, GA team photo with Joe Jackson (second row, second player from right).

1908 Philadephia Athletics team poster This is a Philadephia Athletics team poster from 1908 featuring Joe Jackson as a utility player (lower right).

Joe in a Savannah uniform This photo shows Joe wearing the uniform of the Savannah, GA team in 1909.

1909 Rookie photo This photo shows Joe soon after he came up with Athletics in 1909.

1909 Savannah Team This photo shows the 1909 Savannah team, Joe is on the second row, second from right.

Joe In New Orleans Newspaper This photo appeared in an April issue of the New Orleans, LA newspaper shortly after Joe joined the team.

Another Shot From The New Orleans Newspaper This is another shot from an early April issue of the New Orleans, LA newspaper...this one shows Joe at bat.

Still Another Photo From The New Orleans Newspaper Another photo from the New Orleans, LA newspaper shortly after Joe joined the team....this time saying he was the "Ty Cobb of the Minor Leagues".

Photo In Paper Of Joe Catching A Fly Ball Still another photo from the New Orleans, LA newspaper showing Joe catching a fly ball.

Joe Running To First - New Orleans Pelicans Still another photo from the New Orleans, LA newspaper showing Joe beating out an infield hit.

Cartoon Of Joe - 1910 This cartoon of Joe appeared in the July 28, 1910 issue of the New Orleans newspaper....and tells of things to come for the Carolina Confection.....he's Big League bound!!!

New Orleans Pelicans Team Photo This photo is also from the New Orleans, LA newspaper and is a team photo of the New Orleans Pelicans.....Joe is sixth man from the left.

Joe In A Philadelphia Athletics Uniform This photo in the New Orleans, LA newspaper shortly after Joe joined the team....and shows Joe in his Philadelphia A's uniform.

Joe in a New Orleans uniform This rare photo from a 1910 baseball card shows Joe in his New Orleans uniform.

A young Joe in an A's uniform From left to right:  Amos Strunk, Heine Heitmuller & Joe Jackson.  This photo is an from an A's 1909 Program and is one of only a few known to exist that depict Joe in an Athletics uniform.

Joe during his Brandon Mill days This is one of but a few photos of Joe in his Brandon Mill uniform.....that is no doubt a wagon tongue he is holding in his hands.....actually that is probably the original "Black Betsy".

Joe with New Orleans, 1910 A close-up of Joe taken in 1910 while he was with the New Orleans Pelicans.

Joe and Katie on their wedding day This picture was taken on Joe and Katie's wedding day, July 19, 1908. Listed below is the wedding announcement from the July 1908 Greenville News.


		Joe Jackson, The popular center fielder of the local team
		made the greatest home run of his career on Sunday. The
		home run was made on Cupid's diamond and the victory was a
		fair young lady. On Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock Joe was
		married to Miss Kate Wynn, The Rev. W.B. Justis Officiating.
		The happy couple have the best wishes of all fandom.

Joe around 1903 Joe with his Brandon team in 1903, Joe is seventh player from the left.

Joe with the New Orleans Pelicans Joe in his minor league days with the New Orleans Pelicans, Joe is second from right, seated.

Joe in Philadelphia A's team photo Joe is fourth from the left on the third row of this Philadelphia A's team photo, only two known photos exist of Joe in an A's uniform and this is one of them.

Joe with the Victor Mills team This picture of Joe was taken in 1907 while he was a member of the Victor Mills team, Joe is second from the left standing.

Shibe Park Philadelphia, PA Although Joe played only 10 games with Philadelphia, he did return many times to this park during his career. Even though this photograph was taken many years after Joe's playing career, we thought our visitors might want to see what it looked like.

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