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Monday, August 25, 2014

Unseen Amateur Footage of Browns' 1964 Championship Game on View at Western Reserve Historical Society

Posted By on Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 10:13 AM

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As part of a new exhibition entitled 1964: When Browns Town was Title Town slated to debut Sept. 6, the Western Reserve Historical Society has gotten its hands on never before seen amateur footage shot from the stands during the 1964 championship game. There's a cool backstory to the full 6:30 video, of which you can watch a 10-second clip below: It was shot by Middleton Lambright, the first African-American doctor to obtain full hospital privileges in Cleveland, among other notable historic and civic achievements.

The WRHS has a ton of other cool Browns stuff (a full rundown can be found here), so do make a point of checking it out. 

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