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#3062 - Squaw Valley 1960 Winter Olympics Programs Estimate: $450+

Uncommon complete set of the 11 official daily programs issued at the Squaw Valley 1960 Winter Olympics between February 18 and 28, 1960. Each program measures 4.75 x 7, with the front cover showing an image of the Blyth Arena, the Games logo and Olympic rings, with program number and date to lower border; each back cover features a map of the Nevada-California line with directions to Squaw Valley. The programs feature a detailed schedule of events for each day, in addition to entry lists and score sheets, and results of the previous day’s competitions. Each book has been annotated inside in blue ballpoint. In overall very good to fine condition, with scattered stains to covers.




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