Chicago & Southern Air Lines T-Shirt

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Chicago & Southern Air Lines Story

Chicago and Southern actually began operations in California as Pacific Seaboard Air Lines. The small fleet of Bellanca flew up and down the Pacific coastline between Los Angeles and San Francisco, making seven stops along the way.

The owner of the company, Carleton Putnam, decided to move the company back east after winning the contract to carry mail along Air Mail Route 8. In 1935, they changed to name of the airline to Chicago and Southern. Over the years, the fleet was grown to include D-3s, DC-4s, Constellations, and in 1953 the airline was merged with Delta Air Lines, greatly expanding Delta’s reach.


This t-shirt comes in 4 colors - white, black, grey, and navy. It’s super comfortable, soft and lightweight with just the right amount of stretch and breathability.

• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
• Tear-away label!
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Side-seamed


• 100% Cotton

Wash & Care

• Machine wash cold
• Tumble dry low

About Shank & Miller Co.

We’re old fashioned. Shank & Miller Co. creates and sources apparel, home goods, and travel gear based on styling from early 20th century airlines. Simple, durable clothing inspired by the old days of flying.