George Godfrey, heavyweight boxer, posing with anvil [outside the KJH Radio studio, Los Angeles(?)], circa 1926-1927
- George Godfrey, heavyweight boxer, posing with anvil [outside the KJH Radio studio, Los Angeles(?)], circa 1926-1927
- Los Angeles Times
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- [circa 1926-1927 ]
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- Los Angeles Times Photographs Collection
George Godfrey, heavyweight boxer, wearing pinstripe dress pants and a tie, posing with anvil outside a brick building with a sign reading "KHJ" over the door. The location may be the KHJ radio studio and towers atop the Los Angeles Times building at 1st and Broadway.
George Godfrey, "The Leiperville Shadow," was the ring name of Feab Smith Williams, a heavyweight boxer from the state of Alabama who fought from 1919-1937. Godfrey twice won the World Colored Heavyweight Championship. In 2003, Godfrey was named to the Ring Magazine's list of 100 greatest punchers of all time.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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