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    1965 Green Bay Packers Hall of Famers Multi-Signed Newspaper Photograph - With Curly Lambeau! Green Bay and the history of football are intertwined. A charter franchise in the NFL, the northern outpost is the smallest city with a professional team. In 1963, the doors of The Pro Football Hall of Fame opened and the Packers played a major role. After the second class was announced, the Packers had six members in Canton. This fabulous newspaper photo (10.75x5") was lifted from The Green Bay Press Gazette and is dated April 25, 1965 on back. Curly Lambeau, Cal Hubbard, Clarke Hinkle, Johnny "Blood" McNally, Mike Michalske and Don Hutson each signed near their image in bold blue ballpoint. This would have been signed a mere months before Lambeau's death in June of that year. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2019
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