This is a picture of Moe in the late 1950's. You can find this photo in James Barclay's fantastic book Golf in Canada : A History which I would reccomend buying if you can find it. It is often available used for a reasonable price.
There are a few things to recognize and to notice about this photo. First the grip which is more like the grip he showed me in the mid 90's which I illustrate in the chapter on Playing With Moe that I wrote for my upcoming book. Moe's using the big tee that he was reprimanded for using on the PGATour. This picture was before he was confronted by a top pro which shattered Moe and caused him to leave the tour. Note that the stance width was much less dramatic also. He is also using the same wrap on rubber grips that he showed me the day we played together and that you will see still in use on the Callaway club in the Autographed picture below.
At the time the above photo Moe already had a reputation as an extraordinary ballstriker. He had won back to back Canadian Amateurs and had shown himself already of capable of going ridiculously low. In the 1956 Canadian Amateur he defended and could not be touched shooting 31 under par for the week. He had also already shot his first of 3 rounds of 59 at this time.