Volume Two of Larry D. Names’ history of the Green Bay Packers franchise focuses, as the title suggests, on the Curly Lambeau years — further on. Covering the years 1932-45, the Packers grow from a small town team to champions again to the precipice of the years of struggle. Invaluable material for amateur football historians and professionals alike.
The front and rear flaps.
Historical photos are again featured in the center of the book.
Some reviews of the first volume on the back cover.
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The History of the Green Bay Packers — The Lambeau Years, Part Two
By Larry D. Names
Angel Press of Wisconsin (1987)