Spirit of Detroit Children's T-Shirt

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Spirit of Detroit Children's T-Shirt - Kids' T-Shirt
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Kids' T-Shirt
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Classic t-shirt for kids, 100% cotton, Brand: Fruit of the Loom
$19.99
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Kids' T-Shirt
Normal fit
  • Classic t-shirt for kids
  • 100% cotton
  • Brand: Fruit of the Loom
This durable kids’ t-shirt is made for non-stop play. Perfect for the playground, the classroom or for doing chores around the house (if you’re lucky), this tee is sure to keep up with any kid. Heather Gray is 90% cotton/10% polyester.
  • 100% preshrunk cotton | Fabric Weight: 6.1 oz (heavyweight)
  • Double-stitched, reinforced seams at shoulder, sleeve, collar and waist
  • Please check size charts for accurate fit
  • Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.
Size chart
A (inch)
B (inch)
S
19.49
15.51
M
21.5
17.01
L
23.74
17.48
Youth XL
25.75
19.02

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Spirit of Detroit Children's T-Shirt
The Farmer's Market in Detroit was first opened in 1841 at Cadillac Square in the downtown area. In the 1850s, additional markets were opened on the east side of the city (the present location of Eastern Market) and the west side at the corner of Michigan and Trumball, the (at the time) future site of Tiger Stadium. In the beginning, the eastern market was devoted to hay and wood sales, but in 1891, sales sheds were built and the Farmer's Market was moved from Cadillac Square to its present location and renamed Eastern Market. The Eastern Market grew through the following decades, and additional sheds were constructed in 1922 and 1929. Following World War II, more wholesalers and food processors moved into the area, and Eastern Market developed into an important hub for the wholesale food distribution industry.