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Historic photos of Ara Parseghian

Ara Parseghian as a young child with his sister, c1928. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Miami (Ohio) Football Game Scene - Player Ara Parseghian (#60) running with the ball, c1940s. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Miami (Ohio) Football Game Scene - Player Ara Parseghian (#60) running with the ball, c1940s. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives South High School Football Team, Akron, Ohio, 1941. Ara Parseghian is in the back row, third from the left. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Coach Ara Parseghian and assistant coaches running out of the tunnel with assistant coaches, c1960s. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Football Coach Ara Parseghian posed on a football practice field, wearing a "Notre Dame" sweatshirt, c1964. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Portrait of Coach Ara Parseghian, c1964. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Time Magazine cover featuring a drawing new football coach Ara Parseghian and the new Ted Drake Leprechaun logo, 1964. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Football Coach Ara Parseghian with players at practice, 1966. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Coach Ara Parseghian talking to Quarterback Terry Hanratty (#5) on the sidelines, c1966-1968. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Football Team, 1968. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Football Coach Ara Parseghan on the sidelines at a football game, 1968. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Football Banquet in the Joyce Center, c1970. At the head table are John Lujack, Mulligan, Ara Parseghian, John Brademas, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, CSC, and Frank Leahy. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Football players and coach Ara Parseghian running out of the tunnel onto the field at opening fall practice, 1970. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Notre Dame vs. Louisiana State University (LSU), 1970. Coach Ara Parsgehian, coaching staff, and players on the sidelines. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Notre Dame vs. Texas, Cotton Bowl, 1971/0101. Players lift up Coach Ara Parseghian in celebration after the game. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Notre Dame's acceptance of the 1973 Orange Bowl football game in Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh's office, 1972. Left to right: Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, Coach Ara Parseghian, Rev. Edmund P. Joyce. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Coach Ara Parseghian on the sideline, 1972. Photo by Brother Charles McBride. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Notre Dame vs. Alabama, Sugar Bowl, 1973. Coach Ara Parseghian holding up the trophy after the game in a locker room. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Notre Dame vs. Alabama, Sugar Bowl, 1973. Coaches Bear Bryant and Ara Parseghian talking on the sidelines. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, Football Coach Ara Parseghian, and Athletic Director Edward "Moose" Krause with the MacArthur Bowl trophy, 1974. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives South Bend Tribune article regarding the resignation of football coach Ara Parseghian and the hiring of coach Dan Devine, 1974. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Edmund Stephan, Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, CSC, President Jimmy Carter, Mrs. Parseghian, Football Coach Ara Parseghian, and unidentified, 1977. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Portrait of Football Coach Ara Parseghian, c1964-1974. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Coach Ara Parseghianon the sidelines, c1964-1974. Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives Coach Ara Parseghian on Football Field (undated). Photo credit: University of Notre Dame Archives

Legendary Coach Ara Parseghian passed away at the age of 94 early Wednesday morning. When doing a story about Coach Parseghian's life last year, ABC57 pulled some photos of him from the Archives at the University of Notre Dame.


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