GREEN BAY - The Packers Hall of Fame collection is growing.
Wednesday, two rare Super Bowl photos were donated. They are team autographed 1996 Super Bowl photos.
The pictures have 96 autographs combined. A majority of the championship team, as well as other members of the Packers organization.
A man from Virginia donated the pictures.
He says it took 16 years and stops in 11 states to get the autographs.
"I thought it might be kind of neat to get 96 total signatures, representing the 96 championship team, so November 2nd of last year, we went out to Seattle to the Seahawks headquarters and I got Lance Lopes, John Schneider, and Sam Ramsden, and those were the last three signatures," said Larry Winsand, donated autographed Packers photos.
The photos will be displayed along with replicas that contain the printed names of the autographs.
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