Toledo Blade Polo Shirt Newspaper Embroidered Logo Vtg Ln Argyle Blue White Lg
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Toledo Blade Polo Shirt Newspaper Embroidered Logo Vtg Ln Argyle Blue White Lg:
- Here we have a fantastic TOLEDO BLADE POLO SHIRT!!!
- White and blue, 60/40 cotton blend shirt with sewn/embroidered logo on front.
- Excellent like new pre-owned condition. No holes or stains. Marked size Adult Large. Please check actual measurements to ensure fit.
It measures 22.5 inches across the chest and 28 inches from the front of the collar area to the bottom.
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******************** The Blade is a daily newspaper in Toledo, Ohio, in the United States, first published on December 19, 1835.David Ross Locke gained national fame for the paper during the Civil War era by writing under the pen name Petroleum V. Nasby. Writing under the pen name, Locke wrote satires ranging on topics from slavery to the Civil War to temperance. President Abraham Lincoln was fond of the Nasby satires and sometimes quoted them. In 1867 Locke bought The Blade. In 2004 The Blade won the Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting with a series of stories entitled "Buried Secrets, Brutal Truths". The story brought to light the story of the Tiger Force, a Vietnam fighting force that brutalized the local population. In 2006, The Blade was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize, and winner of the National Headliner Award, for breaking the scandal in Ohio known as Coingate. Its current editor in chief is John Robinson Block, whose family purchased the paper in 1926 and who also own the media conglomerate Block Communications, which owns cable systems, television stations, and an Internet service network, Buckeye Express. According to a 2008 BurrellsLuce circulation report, The Blade has the 83rd largest daily newspaper circulation in the United States. The Toledo Blade was named for the famed swordsmithing industry of the original city of Toledo, Spain. Its motto, on the masthead below the title, is "One of America's Great Newspapers." ******************** Any questions or problems, please email.