Bill Harris was a hockey player who was first signed by the Leaf organization in 1950, becoming a Marlboro in the junior ranks. He then joined the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1955 and played on three consecutive Stanley Cup winning teams with them. He also coached the Canadian National Team during the 1969-70 season.
Jean Beliveau was a hockey player who played first played with the Quebec junior team, the Quebec City Citadelles, and then the senior team, the Quebec Aces. He was signed to the Montreal Canadiens in 1953 and played on ten Stanley Cup winning teams with the Montreal Canadiens after signing with them in 1953.
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This item is a photograph of Bill Harris and Jean Beliveau standing next to a young boy seated in a wheelchair. The boy is holding an accordion on his lap.