The Green Bay Press-Gazette’s “A is for Architecture” series has taken a look at Earl (Curly) Lambeau’s cottage on the UW-Green Bay campus. In the article, which includes a narrated slide show, Paul Pinkston, facilities planner and interim director of facilities planning and management, reflects on the bayside retreat of the Green Bay Packers’ legendary coach that was completed in 1941. “At that time it was a cozy, cool atmosphere to see all these cottages along here,” Pinkston said, reviewing the original drawings for Lambeau’s Lazy Ranch, which was designed by architect Harry Williams of Allouez. Read more.
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9 Jan, 2020