In 1895, a woolen mill opened in the Oregon town of Pendleton to sell blankets and robes to nearby Native American tribes. The mill went out of business, but in 1909, brothers Clarence, Roy, and Chauncey Bishop reopened the facility as Pendleton Woolen Mills.
In good condition, there are some really small holes on the back of the shirt.
Label size: L
Measurements Length: 64 cm Pit to pit: 56 cm Sleeve length: 77 cm