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1970 Era 'Little Dixie Brand' Missouri Meat Advertiser Windbreaker Jacket Sz XL

For your consideration we are offering this vintage 1970's era, red nylon, lined windbreaker jacket in men's size extra large (48-50). This jacket features a white screenprinted 'Little Dixie Brand' advertiser on the left chest and has white and black accent colors.  The jacket was made by 'Plac-Jac by Dunbrooke' in USA. It has 7 snaps, 2 pockets, and has a ribbed knit collar and waistband.  It is nylon with polyester fill.  The side to side measurement at the armpit level is 27".  The length from the peak shoulder to the front bottom is 28". 

'Little Dixie' is a geographic reference to a 13 to 17 county area in northern and mid Missouri along the Mississippi River.  Little Dixie Meat is a business located within that region, and it was highlighted in an article from 1979 in the Journal of American Folklore (Vol 92 No. 336  Oct-Dec 1979) titled 'Meat Preservation on the Farm in Missouri's 'Little Dixie'. 

This jacket is pre-owned but has not been worn.  It has been stored by the owner of 'Little Dixie Brand Meats' for years.  It is clean and odor-free but does have some scuff-marks on the back of one sleeve (pictured).

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