The End of the Curse book about Game 7 of the 2016 World Series contains beautiful full-page color photographs of the highlights and events of the game. Among them are the following . . .
There are also a couple of black-and white photos that commemorate high points in Cubs history. One is a photo of the 1908 World Champion Chicago Cubs at their home stadium, West Side Grounds, after winning the World Series.
The other black-and-white photo displayed in the book is a retouched photo of the first game ever played at Wrigley Field, which was then called Weeghman Park. The game was played on April 23, 1914, and it featured two teams from the Federal League: the Chicago Federals vs. the Kansas City Packers. This photo, as well as other archival Chicago photos, can be found on the useful website, Chicagology.com, which focuses on Chicago history prior to 1942.