This vintage jersey was made in the 1950s in Great Falls Montana by the Allsports Supply Co for the Palmer Construction Company. It is two tone red and white with raglan sleeves and a chainstitched felt patch on the chest.
Chest (pit to pit): 19″ (doubled = 38″)
Chest (pit to pit, stretched): 25″ (doubled = 50″)
These vintage baseball pants are made of gray wool flannel. They have a button fly, tunneled belt loops, stitched ventilation grommets in the crotch, and piped side seams. The back pocket has a decorative pleat.
This ad campaign for Munsingwear ran 1939-1946. It was a pivotal time in the industry, as people switched from one piece knit or broadcloth union suits to the modern “streamlined” standard of briefs and boxers. Also notable is the introduction of t-shirts as a piece of outerwear, though at the time, it was reserved for casual and sporting contexts.