Syracuse salutes Brown

October 1996
Jet;10/28/96, Vol. 90 Issue 24, p48
Presents a photograph of Afro-American football player Jim Brown at the 1996 unveiling of a bust to honor his career at Syracuse University in the 1950s. The unveiling during halftime of a football game in Syracuse, New York.


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