Patrick Sullivan's Saloon t-shirt - Old City Knoxville


Bars come and go but the memories remain, cloudy as they may be. From Knox News, by John Shearer, "According to a plaque outside the brick building, the structure’s history dates to Irish immigrant Patrick Sullivan, who came to Knoxville in the 1850s with his family as a teenager to help build the railroad lines in East Tennessee. His family also helped build the first Immaculate Conception Catholic Church." The full article can be found at

Just in time for St. Patrick's Day. All shirts ordered by March 12th will be shipped via 2 day shipping on March 13th. 

This Bella+Canvas, 100% cotton shirt comes in Kelly Green, screen printed with a light cream and maroon print. Size chart is shown in the pictures. 

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