THE GOLDEN AGE OF AMERICAN FOOTBALL
Neil Leifer, the superstar sports photographer, gives us a glimpse of just some of his 10,000+ rolls of football images, of which hundreds have never been published before. A limited issue run of 1500, each signed by Leifer himself, and presented in a customized slipcase, this is one photographic journey no football fan wants to miss out on. This edition is the XL companion to Leifer’s other success that was an instant sell-out Ballet in the Dirt; The Golden Age of Baseball. Leifer made his name on his 16th birthday when he captured the image that is still one of the best he has ever taken. The sudden death, game-winning touchdown by Alan Ameche in the game that is hailed as turning a sport with half-empty stadiums into a national pastime.
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