1969 Kansas City Chiefs Indian Princess Uniform Worn by Cynthia Swanson w/Swanson LetterGo Back
1969 Kansas City Chiefs Indian Princess Uniform Worn by Cynthia Swanson w/Swanson Letter
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Imagine the thrill Cynthia Swanson felt when asked by the Kansas City Chiefs to serve as the team mascot? Young Swanson, whose mother was a team employee, was targeted to play the role of “Indian Princess” for the 1969 campaign. This season turned out to be golden as the Chiefs won their first Super Bowl. Swanson’s role was to dress in the offered Indian Princess outfit and do the war drum beat to inspire the fans. According to the letter signed by Swanson, she was the only mascot of this type during the Chief’s Super Bowl season.
This outfit features three Chiefs arrows in red sequins and gold trim on the sleeve ends. A red and gold sequined headband, two drum sticks (leather ends) and wooden hatchet complete this interesting ensemble.
A letter signed by Swanson includes the history of the this outfit and will be forwarded to the top bidder.
Letter From Original Owner
1969,Drum,Kansas City Chiefs,Letter,Signed,Super Bowl,Uniform Cynthia Swanson
Auction End: 10-Sep-07 Post Views: 2104
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