Title of Work
Art & Design Study Collection, James Smith Pierce Collection
UND Art Collections Repository
Commonwealth Stadium, as it was formerly known, is in Lexington, Kentucky on the campus of the University of Kentucky. Its purpose serves as the homefield for the Kentucky Wildcats football team. The playing surface is named C.M. Newton Grounds in memory of the retired UK athletic director and former baseball/basketball player C.M Newton. The stadium, built in 1973, was the newest football stadium in the Southeastern Conference according to the date of original construction. The stadium went through a name change and is now known as Kroger Field.
Postcard depicts an overhead photograph of the Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington Kentucky. At the bottom it states, "Lexington, KY' in white on a blue border, with a large L.
UND Art Collections owns 47 copies of this postcard.
Images are provided for educational purposes only and may not be reproduced for commercial use. Images may be protected by artist copyright. A credit line is required to be used for any public non-commercial educational purpose. The credit line must include, “Image courtesy of the University of North Dakota.”