Vintage American Broadcasting “National Portrait Gallery” T-Shirt

In 1988, the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC paid tribute to those who defined early television and radio broadcasting. The exhibition, entitled "Pioneers In American Broadcasting," showcased the likes of David Sarnoff, Ed Sullivan, and even Lucille Ball. This vintage gallery t-shirt, in great condition despite the blue ink spots, features a great illustration of Rudy Vallée from 1930.

50% Cotton 50% Polyester.

Dimensions: 21 Wide by 28.25" Long 

Tag Size: XL

Country of Origin: Made in U.S.A.

Brand: Screen Stars