The Tiger mascot Auburn Tigers Basketball shirt . This adorable kid’s t-shirt features a colorful graphic on the front of a double scoop ice cream cone with sprinkles and the sleeve reads “Sun Valley”. Sun Valley is the name of a resort town in Idaho, that is known for ski areas like Bald Mountain and Dollar Mountain. This shirt could have been purchased at a local ice cream shop or another tourist spot in the area.This sweet vintage ringer tee features a classic graphic of the Walt Disney Company mascot, Mickey Mouse. Mickey was created in the 1920s by Walt Disney himself, and since his conception the mouse has become one of the most famous fictional characters around the globe. Mickey was the first animated character to earn their own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1978, and he’s been featured at Disney Parks as a costumed character since the 1950s. Mickey’s even had the honor of meeting every US president since the Truman administration, with the exception of Lyndon B. Johnson.
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The Tiger mascot Auburn Tigers Basketball shirt . This sweet tee was made to promote the New York River Otter Project. This project was started by the New York Department of Environmental Conservation in the late 90s in an effort to reintroduce river otters to parts of the state. Most otters were captured in the Adirondacks or the Catskills and released across Western New York. From 1995-2000, nearly 280 otters were redistributed into areas that had previously been devoid of this native species. Thanks to this project, river otters are much more common throughout the entire state of New York.This stellar t-shirt remembers the 1991 Gold Rush Days in Juneau, Alaska. Gold Rush Days is a weekend-long event hosted in the coastal city to commemorate Alaska’s history of gold mining. The first Gold Rush Days was hosted in 1988, making this the third annual event. This particular Gold Rush Days was part of the lead up to Alaska’s Centennial celebration in 1998. The event features mining and logging contests, local food vendors, live music, and a carnival.
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