This 1925 photo fearures the St. Marks Church Altar Boys. Lombardi is on the top row, third from right.
Cartoon art highlighting the qualities of Lombardi.
Lombardi restored the term "Titletown, USA" to Green Bay when the Packers won the 1961 NFL title.
This ball includes the autographs of the Packers Super Bowl I team.
This is a game-used ball from Super Bowl II. Lombardi stepped down as Green Bay's coach following the win in that game.
The Hall's collection also includes many of Lombardi's overhead transparencies that he used in team meetings.
This bench is from the last game that Lombardi coached in Green Bay. It is on exhibit in the Hall's Enshrinee Mementos Room.
The Super Bowl trophy bears Vince Lombardi's name. It was named after the late coach before Super Bowl V.
The bronze bust of Vince Lombardi has its permanent home in the Hall of Fame Gallery. However, there are many other mementos in the Hall's exhibits and archives that relate to the legendary figure.