"So the Maycomb ladies said things would be different this year. The high-school auditorium would be open, there would be a pageant for the grown-ups; apple-bobbing, taffy-pulling, pinning the tail on the donkey for the children. ... Mrs. Grace Merriweather had composed an original pageant entitled Maycomb County: Ad Astra Per Aspera, and I was to be a ham. She thought it would be adorable if some of the children were costumed to represent the county's agricultural products: Cecil Jacobs would be dressed up to look like a cow; Agnes Boone would make a lovely butterbean, another child would be a peanut, and on down the line until Mrs. Merriweather's imagination and the supply of children were exhausted." - Chapter 27, To Kill a Mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird was originally published on July 11, 1960. 61 years later and it is still widely considered to be one of the greatest novels in American literature. We decided Scout Finch's stint as a ham deserves to be memorialized on a tee--so we designed this Maycomb County Pageant tee and printed it on a soft brown heather tri-blend.
Featuring icons of the four agricultural staples of Maycomb County: peanuts, cows, ham, and butterbeans.
• 50% polyester, 25% combed ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon
• Fabric weight: 3.4 oz/yd² (115.3 g/m²)
• Pre-shrunk for extra durability
• 40 singles
• Regular fit
• Side-seamed construction
• Blank product sourced from Guatemala, Nicaragua, Mexico, Honduras, or the US
Please note: All apparel and tote bags are custom made to order. Confirm sizing before ordering. If you receive a defective product, please email us and we will work together to make it right.
For best results, machine-wash cold, inside-out on a gentle cycle with a mild detergent and like colors. Use non-chlorine bleach only when necessary. You shouldn't use any fabric softeners or dry-clean the items.
DTG-printed items can be tumble-dried on a low cycle, but hang-dry works best. When it comes to ironing, use cool iron inside-out. Don't iron the print.