Here is a great lightly pre-worn black T-Shirt, size XL that has the Minneapolis neighborhood WHITTIER silk-screened in silver in a gothic font on the front of the T-Shirt with the date 2003 under the graphic. Nothing on the back. The T-Shirt measures 24 inches across the chest measured under the arms and from the back of the neckband to the bottom hem is 30 inches. No holes or stains and 100% cotton.
And just so you know...
Whittier is a neighborhood in the U.S. city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, bounded by Franklin Avenue on the north, Interstate 35W on the east, Lake Street on the south, and Lyndale Avenue on the west. It is known for its many diverse restaurants, coffee shops and Asian markets, especially along Nicollet Avenue (also known as "Eat Street"). The neighborhood is home to the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and the Children's Theatre Company.
While the neighborhood is officially part of the greater Powderhorn community, it is separated from those areas by Interstate 35W, and also lies further north than the rest of the community area. Most of Powderhorn is east of Interstate 35W and south of Lake Street; the Whittier neighborhood is west of I-35W and north of Lake Street. Whittier is often associated with adjacent neighborhoods, such as Lowry Hill East in the Calhoun-Isles community to the west and Stevens Square neighborhood in the Central community to the north.