The American People Archive. Gordie Howe, The Greatest Hocky Player of His Era. 1968

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In Detroit for several decades, when the Red Wings were a dominant force in professional hockey, Gordie Howe was The Man.
In 1968, with my Rollie loaded with TriX for low light conditions, I had the opportunity to meet with him, and make this documentary portrait during practice as he took a break from the ice at Olympia Stadium.

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  • Bailey Cooper

    Bailey Cooper   said (24 Oct 2011):

    You have captured thought in this image. Well done.

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