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The Packers Century Collection

       Every game for every Packers fan! 

$29.95

              After purchasing, you will receive the single PDF download that puts you              one-click from every game from 1919-2019.  Just keep scrolling to enjoy every single moment!! 

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Hundreds of stories like these…

“A judge in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, granted a divorce to Mrs. Daisy Goldstein in 1931 because her husband, was more devoted to the Green Bay Packers than to her.”

The National Forgotten League
by Dan Daly 

 

“I always hated the Bears,” said Merton Eberlain of Mauston, Wisconsin, celebrating his 95th birthday. He saw his first Packer game in 1922. ‘I took a bus to the east side. I stood on the sidelines, and they passed the hat, and I put a silver dollar in the hat.”

Green Bay Press-Gazette
9/2/1997

 

“Jason Walder may have been among the more intelligent forms of life at Lambeau Field Saturday.  He sold programs for the Green Bay Packers-Detroit Lions game in one of the men’s bathrooms. ‘Business is better here than it is out there.’ gesturing toward the door and the two-degree, minus-35 degree wind chill conditions outside.  ‘At least in here I can feel my fingers.”

Green Bay Press-Gazette
12/23/90

“St. Mary, defending champion and present leader of the Parochial Football League, defeated St. Joseph  6-0 in an abbreviated game played between halves. Peter Cegelski scored St. Mary’s touchdown on a short plunge.”

Green Bay Press Gazette
10/15/1951