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Dallas Cowboys: The Authorized Pictorial History

Guinn, Jeff

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ISBN 10: 1565302311 / ISBN 13: 9781565302310
Published by Summit Publishing Group, New York, 1996
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Limited Edition. Signed and numbered on the front endpage by Barry Switzer, coach of the Cowboys at the time of publication. This is copy #372, however could find no statement of limitation within (500??). Bound in padded navy blue leather or leatherette, with a silver star embossed on front board. No dust jacket, as issued. Very Good+. There is a touch of wear at the corner tips and heel of the spine. Nevertheless, an attractive and quite scarce copy thus. Bookseller Inventory # 38690

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Title: Dallas Cowboys: The Authorized Pictorial ...

Publisher: Summit Publishing Group, New York

Publication Date: 1996

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First Edition

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Coaches and players from throughout team history have contributed fresh insights into every aspect of the club's past as well as its future.

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This is a carefully organized, beautifully illustrated history of the Cowboys, who have been characterized as America's team for the last 20 years. It begins with an account of last season's Super Bowl victory then heads back to the beginning, when the team entered the NFL as an expansion team under young head coach Tom Landry in 1960. The Cowboys were winless their first season but began a steady climb in 1961, which resulted in an appearance in the 1966 NFL championship game. This will rekindle many memories for football fans: Bob Lilly, Chuck Howley, Lee Roy Jordan, Bob Hayes, Roger Staubach, and Don Meredith are just a few of the great names to wear the blue and white. Of special note is Guinn's attention to the team's scouting and administrative groups, who contributed to the Cowboys' success through the seventies and eighties by acquiring better players through better scouting and drafting. Guinn explains how it worked and why the Cowboys became the model for every other team in the league. Fun reading and absolutely superb photography. Wes Lukowsky

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