Book Review from American Photography

September 09, 2016 Daniel Kramer

 "The relationship between the Green Bay Packers and the team’s fans is unique: The third oldest National Football League franchise, the Packers are the only community-owned non-profit major-league sports team in the US. But the deep affection of those who brave the icy confines of Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, rests on the team’s storied history, especially its glory years in the 1960s under head coach Vince Lombardi, when the Packers dominated pro football, winning five world championships, including the first two Super Bowls.

You have to know that history and what followed — a quarter century without a championship — to understand the significance of Daniel Kramer’s photographs of the team's 1996 season, when the Pack came back..."