Cleveland Guardian Seal - Unisex Crew

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The HOPE MEMORIAL BRIDGE, originally the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge, opened on December 2, 1932. The bridge features the iconic Guardians of Traffic which are 8 massive statues creating 4 towering pylons that overlook downtown and Ohio City. The Guardians are winged Art Deco figures wear either winged helmets or winged laurel crowns. Each figure holds a different ground vehicle: a hay wagon, covered wagon, stage coach, passenger car, dump truck, concrete mixer, and two other trucks. The progression of vehicles from hay wagon to semi truck symbolizes the evolution of transport up until the 1930's. Henry Hering carved each piece out of a 43 foot tall sandstone slab based on designs by Frank Walker. The Guardians were Hering's first foray into the Art Deco style and they remain the only public Art Deco monument in the city.

Fun Fact: The name of the bridge was changed from Lorain-Carnegie Bridge to Hope Memorial Bridge in 1983 honor of entertainer Bob Hope's father, who worked as a stone mason on the bridge.

super soft triblend crewneck tee shirt (50% Polyester / 25% Cotton / 25% Rayon) construction with embroidered logo. Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look. Durable rib neckband.

XS 27" 16.5" 8" 31"-34"
S 28" 18" 8.25" 34"-37"
M 29" 20" 8.625" 38"-41"
L 30" 22" 9.5" 42"-45"
XL 31" 24" 9.625" 46"-49"
2XL 32" 26" 10.25" 50"-53"
3XL 33" 28" 10.875" 54"-57"
4XL 34" 30" 24.25" 58"-61"
5XL 35" 32" 25.375" 62"-65"

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