Image Size: 16.75"x25"
"The World Record typical whitetail was found by Robert Ludwig at a Sandstone, Minnesota rummage sale in 1964
and believed to be a Minnesota trophy. Ludwig's distant relative, James Jordan, (who shot the deer near Danbury,
Wisconsin, 50 years earlier) claimed his long-lost trophy for its rightful home. Two months before the huge deer
was officially recognized as a Wisconsin World Record, James Jordan died."
Individual prints can be purchased through the Blue Earth County Historical Society's online store.
Framed prints are also available. Contact the Historical Society for more information.