The Associated Press commemorates 50 years of the Dallas Cowboy’s iconic stars, greatest plays and most memorable moments in pictorial form with a full color book.
The published work, “Dallas Cowboys, America’s Team: Celebrating 50 Years of Championship NFL Football” gives the history of America’s beloved team, its stellar track record, influential coaches and key players such as Staubach, Smith, Aikman and others.
Based on the AP’s copious photo library and made interesting with anecdotes, and statistics, “Dallas Cowboys” salutes the team’s rise to national prominence with breathtaking wins and heartbreaking losses, eight Super Bowl appearances (the most of any NFL team) even its famous cheerleading squad.
The entertaining book written by award-winning Dallas Morning News reporter Ed Housewright, includes nearly 200 historic color and black-and-white photos documenting the team’s record starting in 1960 through its five Super Bowl wins. Additional features profile Cowboy’s stadiums, a presentation of the team’s unique Ring of Honor, special foreword by Aikman, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Super Bowl MVP and member of the NFL Hall of Fame, and records and playoff results.
This latest work is one of several in a series of AP books showcasing the news organization’s abundant archival images. Other volumes include “New York Yankees 365″, “First Pet” and “Breaking News”.