We are calling this one, Yamboree 1946. You know I love a design with a story, so let me tell you about this one! Last year, Bill Marshall posted pictures in the Growing Up Gilmer Facebook of Yamboree past. This one jumped out at me when I saw the old Farmall tractor and wagon load of sweet potatoes, which would have been in the Yamboree parade. I immediately thought, that's a Yamboree tee! Someone had wrote on the top of the picture Yamboree 1946.
Fast forward to this year and I recalled the picture and recreated a similar digital version. I ask Mr. Marshall if he could tell me any history on the picture and he said it was his father-in-law, Mr. Frank D. Futrell. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall were kind enough to grant me permission to use the picture and post it as my inspiration behind this design.
Our version of the vintage tractor and crate of yams is the focus of this Yamboree themed tee. The original image is dyed into the fabric of the super soft, brown bleached tee. Unisex fit, does not shrink, true to size Bella Canvas tee. Bleaching pattern can vary from shirt to shirt, as each is created one at a time.
We hope you love this throw back Yamboree style tee!
We did purchase the use of the East Texas Yamboree trademark for this year.
Also looks good on an oatmeal colored tee (non bleached) if you prefer a different color.
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