City Stadium: Earl "Curly" Lambeau 1898-1965

© Photographed September 6, 2017
City Stadium, Home of the Green Bay Packers 1925-1956
Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin
44.508110, -87.993854
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Earl "Curly" Lambeau
1898-1965
"Curly" graduated from East High School in 1917 where he starred as a halfback on East's undefeated football team. From 1919-1921, he served as East's football coach. During that time he coached Jim Crowley and Tom Hearden. Crowlay later became on of the famous "Four Horsemen" of Notre Dame, and Hearden became co-captain of the 1926 Notre Dame squad, which finished 9-1. in 1919, Lambeau helped found the Green Bay Packers and served as their head coach from 1919 to 1949. His teams won six NFL titles (1929, 1930, 1931, 1936, 1939 & 1944). In 1963, "Curly was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame as a charter member.
The marker is located inside City Stadium, to the left of the North Baird Street entrance to City Stadium, and is accessible from northbound North Baird Street, north of its intersection with Cherry Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301.

Wikipedia: Curly Lambeau

Packers.com: Hall of Famers: Earl L. (Curly) Lambeau -- Class of 1963

Pro Football Hall of Fame: Hall of Famers: Earl (Curly) Lambeau

Lambeau Field

Official Website of the Green Bay Packers

See also these related markers, also in Green Bay:

The marker is on the right podium, in the back, near the brick wall.

 Curly Lambeau (1918)
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The marker is inside the gates, to the left of this entrance.

The marker is located at City Stadium.

The marker is located in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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