Show your Abraham Lincoln pride!

Showing the pride!

Showing the pride!

I try and wear something with Lincoln’s image on it when I’m not working. I sort of think of myself as an Ambassador for Lincoln! And why not? He is the one celebrated by so many. One of my life’s missions is to spread his legacy. That’s why this blog exists! At any rate, I regularly purchase Abraham Lincoln T-shirts for the very purpose just described. Recently I came across on the web a store called: “Lincoln Apparel.” The product line looked fantastic so I ordered the T-shirt seen in the picture of me above. That particular shirt is called the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial “Back to Springfield” T-shirt. I’m truly amazed at the artwork on the shirt. The shirt itself is also of very good quality. It’s nice when you find a well-made item at a good price. So if you’re into T-shirts and spreading the legacy of Lincoln-drop by the website and check it out at: http://lincolnapparel.com
The store is actually located in Lincoln’s hometown of Springfield. Mr. Chris Umhoefer is the artist and designer. I certainly consider the picture on my shirt a work of art!
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5 Responses to “Show your Abraham Lincoln pride!”

  1. B. Nash says:

    Welcome!

  2. Sharon Michael says:

    I too, em a “Lincoln-holic.”

  3. I was very amused to find this web-site.I wanted to thank you for your time for this wonderful read!! I definitely appreciated every little bit of it and I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff about your site.

  4. B. Nash says:

    It’s always a joy for me to meet others who love Lincoln! This blog has brought many wonderful people my way in that regard. Your artwork testifies to your great admiration of him. Keep up the great work!

  5. Chris says:

    Thanks for making a post about me and my T-shirts on your blog! You certainly look great in that T-shirt. I’ve added your pic to my Wearing Lincoln Apparel page:

    http://lincolnapparel.com/wearing.cgi

    I’ve loved Lincoln since I was a kid, and it’s always been one of my goals to use my creative talents to spread Lincoln and his legacy – my T-shirts are an outgrowth of that. I love using bright colors and complex artwork since I feel those things help keep Lincoln alive, as Lincoln’s world was just as colorful as ours.

    Thanks from a fellow Lincoln admirer (and artist),
    Chris Umhoefer

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