Archibald “Moonlight” Graham was the model for the slightly fabricated character in “Field of Dreams.” A Fayetteville native, brother to former UNC President Frank Porter Graham, he played his only major league baseball game this week in 1905.
Archibald “Moonlight” Graham was the model for the slightly fabricated character in “Field of Dreams.” A Fayetteville native, brother to former UNC President Frank Porter Graham, he played his only major league baseball game this week in 1905. AP photo
Archibald “Moonlight” Graham was the model for the slightly fabricated character in “Field of Dreams.” A Fayetteville native, brother to former UNC President Frank Porter Graham, he played his only major league baseball game this week in 1905. AP photo

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