at this years State Fair of Texas there is an exhibit called "Remembering Tom Landry, The Personal Collection" it is located in the Hall of State, which houses statues of Texas heroes like, Stephen F Austin, Sam Houston, and William Travis. The items on display are from Alicia Landry (Toms wife). Landry hasn't coached the Cowboys since 1988 and he died in 2000. I was amazed at the number of people waiting in line to view this exhibit. There are so many things to see and do at the Fair so to me it was very impressive to see how many people are still interested in Tom Landry. It was hard to get good pictures because everything is behind plexiglass and the crowd kind of hinders taking a lot of time to snap a photo. Here are some of items. First off, the building itself is impressive, built in 1936. The Official Sign, i just like the silhouette and thought some of the photoshop guys here could do something with it. Start with his high school football letter. Military service. His wings and air medal and a photo. Landry is 3rd from left on the top row. College Football. Plaque from 1949 Orange Bowl. Landry led all rushes with 117 yards on 17 carries in Texas' win over Georgia 41-28. New York Football Giants. This trophy was bought and given to Landry by the members of the defense he coached after his last season there. Pat Summerall ( Giants kicker) liked Landry so much he insisted on being included in buying and giving this to Landry. Game Ball, 1st career victory Sept 17, 1961 1st Super Bowl win Coat and hat from the Ice Bowl game Duster worn for filming of Landrys American Express commercial. They had the commercial playing on a loop as you waited in line, people were loving it. Hostile the newspaper clipping in the case is from an Arizona newspaper. Blue Ultra Suede Sports Jacket. Given to Landry by Rev. Billy Graham. Alicia Landry wrote that it was one of Toms favorites and often wore for "games that had to be won". Boots given to Landry by fans. Hand carved door given to Landry. Hall of Fame jacket Golf clubs used by Landry at Byron Nelson Classic Pro-Am where Tom recorded a hole in one. The Hat of a Man They had a video showing a part of Landrys funeral service,with Amazing Grace playing lowly. It felt like a "lying in state" sort of moment. If you get a chance to go I promise you will enjoy this display. For those of you coming to town for the Titans game you might want to consider it. The State Fair runs through Oct. 17.