As Far As Archives Are Concerned, Kaplan's The Man

BY Hank Kaplan ON October 18, 2005
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Hank Kaplan, a feature writer and columnist for The Sweet Science, is boxing's foremost historian, having seen it all over the last 70 years. His archives are easily the most extensive in the world, numbering millions of documents. How did he accumulate it all? Charles Jay of Boxing Channel Radio discusses it with him, in this fascinating piece.

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