The Philadelphia Bulletin t-shirt


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“Nearly everyone in Philadelphia reads the Bulletin!” or at least they used to. The Philadelphia Bulletin, an evening daily newspaper, was founded in 1847. After floundering for many decades, the paper rose to prominence under the ownership of the MacLean family, becoming the largest daily paper in the city by 1905. The paper’s unique style of journalism earned it two Pulitzer Prizes. Changing demographics, financial issues, and improved competition led to the paper’s demise in 1983. Famed Eagles beat writer Ray Didinger worked for the Bulletin from 1969-1980.

The design is printed on a tri blend cotton-polyester Next Level shirt.

Part of the Shibe Originals collection - designs by Philly artists and exclusively available at Shibe Vintage Sports.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Mary Ellen Driscoll
Loved the shirt

A Christmas present for a former Bulletin paper boy. He just loved it and the look on his face as he opened it was wonderful.

russ messinger
Bulletin shirt

Very comfortable,size just right

Jay Donahue
i love it

thank you for making this!

Jeffrey Berger
Philadelphia Bulletin

Classic Tshirt!!!!!!!!

Conversation starter

Another great shirt from Shibe Vintage Sports. My husband now has a collection! He gets stopped often when wearing one of his shirts and a fun history discussion starts!