Can you help?You don't need to know everything, but do you know the type of business / organization?Log in or register and you can edit this. Related buildings Hanes Field / Williams Field / Jack Katz Stadium Hanes Field, named after John Wesley Hanes, who started the Hanes Hosiery Company in Winston-Salem in 1901, was the primary athletic field for both baseball and football at Trinity College - it appears to have been built in the mid-1910s.was a well-regarded facility - so much so that it was used for spring training by Boston in 1899, by the Durham Bulls upon the re-establishment of their club in 1913, and by the Trinity College Roosters. Read More East Durham Baseball Park Bulls at the East Durham Ballpark, 1913. From "Baseball's Hometown Teams: The Story of the Minor Leagues" by Bruce Chadwick Read More Durham Bulls Athletic Park (Photo by Gary Kueber) --- Looking northwest across the area around Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co., 1891. (Courtesy Duke Rare Book and Manuscript Collection / Digital Durham) I'd like to know how the short diagonal street extending southeast from Blackwell St. got the name "Red Cross Street", but I haven't found an explanation that suffices, other... Read More Durham Athletic Park El Toro Baseball Field, circa 1930. The Jack Tar/Washington Duke Hotel is in the left background. (Courtesy Duke Rare Book and Manuscript Collection) Despite the preeminence of basketball in North Carolina today, baseball seems to be far more tightly woven into Durham's DNA. Read More Add new comment Log in or register to post comments.