Bart's Shirt shop
Posted by Stan Wheeler (+1195) 7 years ago
I am looking for any information about Bart's Shirt Shop that was located in Billings. What year was it there as I have an old Western Shirt that has the Tag from Bart's shirt Shop in the coller area. Any information would be appreciated.

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Posted by Jeri Dalbec (+3245) 7 years ago
Stan...I checked all of the ads in my 1954 Billings Sr. High Annual and did not see your Shop. I see that Billings has an online Vintage Clothing store where they buy and sell Vintage clothing and you can drop them a line and ask them.
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Posted by Stan Wheeler (+1195) 7 years ago
Thanks for the tip I'll Try and see if I can find out anything.You don't happen to know what the name is?

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Posted by Jeri Dalbec (+3245) 7 years ago
http://montanavintage.com/Opener.html

I see that you can just send them a question via email. Check it out and good luck. Meanwhile...I will try to find more Billings information. I wonder if another Western Store in Billings might know as well?
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Posted by Jack McRae (+360) 7 years ago
In the October/November 1949 Billings Gazettes there are classified ads under "Personals" for Bart's Shirt Shop.

SHIRTS made to order. Our material or your own. Bart's Shirt Shop. 410 Custer Ave. Ph. 6822.
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Posted by Amorette F. Allison (+1917) 7 years ago
I keep wondering if my baby brother has a sideline I don't know about.
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Posted by Stan Wheeler (+1195) 7 years ago
Thanks all for your input on this matter.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17335) 7 years ago
Bart Freese secret t-shirt shop????

Your brother is more wishy-washy than Charlie Brown. If he did have a t-shirt shop, it would sell only this....



...in S, M, L, and XL. Any larger sizes means you should eat a healthier diet of more fiber and vegetables.
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