Tales of Football and Italian Americans: A New Book

“Red” Harold Grange. Photo by National Photo Company, Dec. 8, 1925.

Source: Library of Congress
By Kristi Finefield

Pictures help tell stories. A new book published by the Library of Congress is full of hundreds of prints, posters, photographs and other illustrations drawn from the Library’s vast collections. The book looks back over hundreds of years of American history and tell respective stories with passion – and pictures.

Football Nation: Four Hundred Years of America’s Game does just as the title suggests: it explores football in American history, from the Colonial era to today.  From backyard games to the 20th century pros, all aspects are explored – and illustrated. Players who changed the game, such as Red Grange (below), are featured as well. According to Football Nation, this photo shows Grange when his Chicago Bears were the visitors to Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C. on December 8, 1925.

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