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Watch rare footage of the Washington Senators winning 1924 World Series
In 2014, the Library of Congress found a preserved nitrate film of a "Kinograms" newsreel showing the Washington Senators winning the World Series over the New York Giants and fans storming the field at Griffith Stadium to celebrate.
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