Wilbur Fats Henry Signed Personal Check Pro Football HOF D. 1952 PSA/DNA

"Wilbur Fats Henry (D. 1952) had two nicknames - Fats"" and ""Pete."" He played tackle for Washington and Jefferson College five years 1915-19; the 1918 season didn't count because he was in an Army training group on the campus and the team played only four games. He was All-America in 1917, 1918 and 1919. One of his W&J teammates was Ed Garbisch, who is also a Hall of Fame player. (Garbisch later played at Army). Henry had a quick start and excelled at blocking punts. He played with Canton, Pottsville and the New York Giants in the NFL 1920-28. The pros used him as a tackle but also had him punt and dropkick. In the 1923 season with Canton he made a 94-yard punt, scored one touchdown on a blocked punt and kicked nine field goals. Henry was elected as a charter member of the College Football Hall of Fame in 1951 and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1963.

Offered is a “Citizen's National Bank"" of Washington, PA. that is dated December 11, 1948 and made out to "Henry G. Hood & Sons for $44.85 signed in black ink “W.F. Henry.” (for car Insurance)

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Wilbur Fats Henry Signed Personal Check Pro Football HOF D. 1952 PSA/DNA