People can view pictures of baseball legend Jackie Robinson on the life.time.com and AP Images websites. Museum exhibits regarding Robinson's life can be found at the California Museum in Sacramento, California, and in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.
Time magazine's LIFE.com section touts 17 photographs of the slugger, on the field and off, during the late 1940s and early 1950s when Robinson played for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Some of the photographs in this collection were published in LIFE magazine, while others were not.
The Associated Press's AP Images has 70 pictures available for purchase in the "Best of Jackie Robinson" section. Users can click on each image to see a larger version. To purchase an image, click on the green Get Price button to log into an AP account. Photographs of Robinson range from the mid-1940s to 1971.
Robinson was part of the second class of the California Hall of Fame within the California Museum. Robinson has a permanent exhibit at the facility.
The Baseball Hall of Fame enshrined the second baseman in 1962. The Hall of Fame's exhibit features memorabilia from Robinson's playing days and a bronze plaque honoring the late superstar. The Baseball Hall of Fame website contains seven photographs.