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In 1966, Thomas Hoepker was invited to take portraits of a young, emerging boxer by the name of Cassius Clay, who would go on to become the legendary Muhammad Ali. Over the course of a decade, Hoepker was given the opportunity to photograph Ali multiple times, in both private moments and public appearances, allowing him to capture the man as well as the myth. In this contact sheet, Ali is pictured in Chicago city, visiting a barber shop, meeting Johnny Coulon, the world bantamweight champion of 1910, and posing on a bridge over the Chicago River.