About three years ago, in my previous blog on the SCD site, I ran something similar to this. This will pose as my first installment of "Hidden Landmarks in Green Bay."
For no cost any Packers fan or football historian can travel to these spots. Problem is, not many people know how to find these spots of Packers history. Well, as long as you have a good GPS and the address you can find these places easily. Stay tuned for installment two, coming soon.
Lambeau was born at this house: 615 N. Irwin St. Green Bay, WI
- Recently discovered as the place Lambeau was born, this small brick house is one of the oldest buildings in Green Bay.
Lambeau’s home: 1205 Cherry St. Green Bay, WI
Located in one of the more run-down areas of east Green Bay, this large
house was a hop, skip and a jump from Old City Stadium.
Old City Stadium: 1415 E. Walnut St. Green Bay, WI
Now the home of the Green Bay East High School football team, Lambeau and his Packers played here through 1956.
Lambeau Statue: Lambeau Field 1265 Lombardi Ave. Green Bay, WI
after the stadium’s renovation of 2001, this huge statue is next to a
rendering of another Packers coaching legend, Vince Lombardi.
Lambeau’s grave: Allouez Catholic Cemetery 2121 Riverside Dr. Green Bay, WI
I couldn’t believe how small this grave stone was. About the size of a notebook, this gray marker is right next to Curly’s father and mother, Marcel and Mary.
for taking a look today… tomorrow I will begin writing about the major
auctions that will be taking place in April and May. Start saving your
pennies, as nearly all the big auction houses are slated for sales this