A new home for the Boise Hawks wouldn’t be the first baseball park in Downtown Boise. The left side of this picture, which hangs on the wall at the headquarters of F.M. Inc. in Boise, shows Riverside Park, built in 1903. The park hosted professional baseball games until 1912; youth leagues kept playing there into the 1950s. The photo is thought to have been taken around 1950.
A new home for the Boise Hawks wouldn’t be the first baseball park in Downtown Boise. The left side of this picture, which hangs on the wall at the headquarters of F.M. Inc. in Boise, shows Riverside Park, built in 1903. The park hosted professional baseball games until 1912; youth leagues kept playing there into the 1950s. The photo is thought to have been taken around 1950. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
A new home for the Boise Hawks wouldn’t be the first baseball park in Downtown Boise. The left side of this picture, which hangs on the wall at the headquarters of F.M. Inc. in Boise, shows Riverside Park, built in 1903. The park hosted professional baseball games until 1912; youth leagues kept playing there into the 1950s. The photo is thought to have been taken around 1950. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com