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Cheerio Allan Howard Graff - 1952
Exhibit #2555
OwnerRick Brough

Canadian Cheerio Yo-Yo Champion Allan Howard Graff (nicknamed Blondie) of Regina, Saskatchewan. He was 21 years old when this picture was taken Saturday, March 15, 1952. In the early 1950s, Allan, along with half a dozen other Canadians, went on a nationwide tour in the United States for Cheerio, demonstrating the yo-yo.

See the Official Cheerio Champion patch like the one Allan is wearing on his sweater.

Allan passed away January 16, 2006 at the age of 74.
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