About Chicago & Southern Air Lines
Originally starting out as Pacific Seaboard Air Lines by Carleton Putnam in 1933. Putnam chased down an air mail contract the government was offering. He decided to move east in order to operate the Chicago to New Orleans air mail route. At that point, he changed the name of the airline to Chicago & Southern Air Lines.
The airline merged with Delta Airlines in 1953.
This long-sleeved t-shirt is made of the smooth 100% American Apparel cotton. It features an ‘aged’ vintage Chicago & Southern logo centered on the chest. The sleeves are cuffed at the hand.
• Made in the USA
• Long sleeves
• Cuffed hands
• Durable ribbed neckband
• Double stitched