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The article attached summarizes the meteoric course of the Green Bay Packers; from their earliest days in 1918, when Curly Lambeau approached a meat packing plant beseeching their patronage in order that the team could have uniforms, to the exulted spot they enjoyed in 1936.

"Consider for a moment the success this team has had, coming as it does from the smallest city in the pro league. After battling first division teams in the National Professional Football League for many years, the Packers finally came through and won three successive world championships in 1929, 1930 and 1931... If you were to ask most college football stars which pro team they would like to play on, most of them would invariably answer, 'The Green Bay Packers'".

Click here to read more articles from the 20s and 30s about football.

Thanksgiving football: a pairing that was enjoyed by Americans in 1918 France, click here to read about it.

     


The Birth of the Green Bay Packers (American Legion Monthly, 1936)

The Birth of the Green Bay Packers (American Legion Monthly, 1936)

The Birth of the Green Bay Packers (American Legion Monthly, 1936)

The Birth of the Green Bay Packers (American Legion Monthly, 1936)

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