It's July 11, 1990, "Turn Back the Clock Day," on Chicago's South Side. The White Sox are wearing dazzling replicas of their 1917 World Champion uniforms in a game against the Brewers. From your field level seat behind the third base dugout you can see Ron Kittle taking a mighty cut at a Ron Robinson pitch as Ivan Calderon inches down the third base line. That's Carlton Fisk in the on-deck circle. Your view sweeps from the stands in left-center field, past the scoreboard in center (a hand-operated model is in use today) all the way to the first-base dugout. Look above the roof on the first base side and you'll see a crane being used in the construction of the new Comiskey. And, yes, Shoeless Joe Jackson and Bill Veeck are the gentlemen mingling in the crowd to your left! Measuring 14 1/2" tall x 36" wide, this lithograph, officially titled Comiskey Park Continuum, is limited in edition to 600 prints. Each is numbered and signed by the artist, Bill Purdom, from whose original painting the fine art print has been exactingly reproduced onto acid-free paper, which is noted for its long-term archival abilities.