1951 Boxing CHARLEY DOC WILLIAMS & HARRY MARKSON Vintage Photograph

1951 Boxing CHARLEY DOC WILLIAMS & HARRY MARKSON Vintage Photograph
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1951 Boxing CHARLEY DOC WILLIAMS & HARRY MARKSON Vintage Photograph
Subject(s) - Charley "Doc" Williams and Harry Markson

Date - 1951

Light Heavyweight contender receiving a scroll of appreciation from Hall of Fame boxing manager Markson, from The National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis. Williams, a victim of Polio during his childhood was honored for his efforts to help youngsters battle the disease.

Williams was also set to meet Jimmy Bivins at St. Nicholas Arena in New York City the next day.

Vintage Boxing Press, Wire, Promotional, Professional, Publicity or Studio Photograph. Please enlarge and check scans for additional details, along with any markings, tags, stamps or credits on the back of the Photo.

Size - About 9" x 7" inches.

Condition - About VG condition with general handling wear. Please enlarge scans or photos to see better detail.

A great lot for the vintage Boxing Photograph and Memorabilia collector.

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