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Electric Park T-Shirt

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Electric Park in Aberdeen, Wash was the home field of a semi pro baseball team that terrorized the west coast league from 1903 until 1918. The stadium doubled as a trolly park owned by the local electric utility, hence the name. The arched cat logo, knows as a "hoo-hoo, was a good luck charm and oft posted in logging camps around the Pacific Northwest. The symbol was also used by the burgeoning, radical labor movement, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) and known as the "Ag Cat".

This limited edition t-shirt was featured at the Northwest Timber Revival on August the 30th at The Polson Museum in Hoquiam, Wash, with profits go to the Grays Harbor Community College Foundation and the Natural Resource Department's Timber Technology Program to help train the next generation of Timbermen and Forresters

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