Exceptional panoramic photo by Toronto's Alexandria Studio pictures the participants in the February, 1934 benefit game to aid Leafs' star Ace Bailey following his career-ending injury suffered the previous December in Boston. After Bailey recovered from the life-threatening injury, which involved Bruins' defenceman Eddie Shore, the NHL board of governors decided to stage the special game between the Maple Leafs and the best of the rest of the league. This picture was clicked after the NHL stars were presented with their all-star uniforms during lengthy pre-game ceremonies. A who's who of 1930's hockey legends are pictured here. Bill Cook is standing in the third row and is joined by the likes of Shore, Lionel Conacher, Nels Stewart and Ching Johnson. Other notables for the NHL team include Morenz, Joliat and Chuck Gardiner. Hainsworth, Primeau, Jackson, Charlie Conacher, Horner, Clancy and Day are joined by Leafs' brass Smythe, Selke and Irvin, as well as league president Frank Calder. The Leafs, by the way, won the penalty-less game 7-3. Wondrous photograph is mounted on its original cardboard backing and is in gorgeous, tough-to-hope-for-nicer condition. A stirring photo from a historic night. A letter of authenticity from the Cook family will be included.