Built in 1868, this example of mid-19th century architecture stands as one of the oldest original foundations/exteriors in Green Bay.
On April 9, 1898, Marcelin Lambeau and Mary LaTour gave birth to Earl “Curly” Lambeau. Lambeau played footbal at Green Bay East High School and Notre Dame University. In 1919, Lambeau and George Calhoun co founded a football team that would end up becoming the Green Bay Packers.
Since the Lambeaus, four other families ocupied the home at 613 N Irwin Avenue, which has gone through some renovations along the way. The Lambeau House has become one of Green Bay’s Historical Landmarks and is officially recognized as an Historic Site.