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The 86th Infantry Division during World War I had a young lad named Fredric McLaughlin in the 333rd Machine Gun Battalion. It was called the "Blackhawk Division"
McLaughlin who was a Harvard University graduate inherited a booming Chicago coffee business from his father. This gave him the capital to purchase a franchise hockey team and give it the name of his choice. One year later that team would become one of the "Original Six" and go on to win 6 Stanley Cups (so far).
This is an original Peoples Garment Co design printed on only the softest garments.
Chicago IL - 1928 Bunny Leavitt was a phenom as a gritty little kid in the Boys’ Brothe...