Created: 11/18/2013 6:30 AM WHEC.com
By: Associated Press
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is putting a fraction of its photo archive on display in a new exhibit.
Picturing America's Pastime features work from photographers spanning almost 150 years, among them Charles M. Conlon, Carl J. Horner, Arthur Rothstein, William C. Greene and Brad Mangin, along with many unidentified photographers whose images have been donated to the Museum.
The exhibit officially opens to the public on Wednesday and will be on display throughout 2014. It also features 16 artifacts connected to the images.
The Hall of Fame has more than 250,000 original photographs in its archives.