Muhammad Ali - A Rare Glimpse Into the Life of The Champ
The Champ as never before seen. Starting at age 12 when a young Cassius Clay won his first Kentucky Golden Gloves bout, the photographers of the Courier Journal began a very close symbiotic relationship with Muhammad Ali that would span nearly six decades. Ali trusted the photographers of the Courier Journal with something very special, a commitment to document his entire life, both inside the ring, and more importantly, outside the ring. The results are this very rare and exclusive collection of extraordinarily intimate, intense, and simply stunning photographs, many of which have never before been published giving even the most knowledgable Ali fan a whole new perspective of the Greatest of All Time. From THE NEW YORK TIMES : "But what makes this collection stand out are its intimacy and simplicity: Ali reading a newspaper on his hotel bed; Ali tickling his young daughters; Ali surprising his mother with a new car; Ali jogging with his wife in the early-morning fog of his training grounds... Wherever he went, the Louisville Courier Journal photographers were always close by." - Randal C. Archibold / The New York Times
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