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Publicity Release from Ken McKenzie of the National Hockey League announcing the 1951-52 NHL All-Stars which includes Elmer Lach at the center position.

Elmer Lach graces the cover of this 1948-49 issue of the Montreal Forum Sports Magazine.

Questionnaire filled out by Elmer Lach with regards to his playing career in the National Hockey League.

Two of Hockey Hall of Fame
postcards of Elmer Lach.

In order to compile a 'Who's Who' section in the National Hockey League's Guide and Record Book, players were asked to provide information on various topics, including their minor hockey career, accomplishments in other sports, ancestry, military service, and off-season employment. Here is one for Elmer Lach filled in by Jim Hendy.

Brief on Elmer James Lach sent out by Lee Dillon on behalf Mr. Frank J. Selke of the Montreal Canadiens Hockey Club to all members of the Hockey Hall of Fame Committee and Hockey Hall of Fame Selection Committee for consideration prior to the next Hockey Hall of Fame meeting.

Two of Lach's hockey cards. The first a 1953-54 Parkhurst
hockey card and the second a hockey card of Lach and Maurice "Rocket" Richard holding the puck he used to score his 325th career NHL goal.

Stick used by Lach to score his 200th career NHL goal on November 8, 1952 against the Chicago Black Hawks.

On June 18, 1966 this letter was sent out by Bobby Hewitson of the Hockey Hall of Fame to Elmer Lach informing him that he had been named as an Honoured Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame under the Category of "Player".