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Two photos that contain 96 autographs of the Green Bay Packers 1996 championship team are now part of the team's Hall of Fame.
The photos came from Larry Winsand of Richmond, Va., who traveled to 28 cities over nearly 16 years to obtain them all. He's originally from Mondovi, Wis.
Besides the 56 team members, he also got autographs from President Bob Harlan, General Manager Ron Wolf, Head Coach Mike Holmgren, the entire coaching staff as well as the radio broadcasters and others who worked for the team at the time.
He says he started with the intent to get the signatures of the offense, defense and the coach but it evolved to include all members of the organization.
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