Pittsburgh was named by General John Forbes in 1758. And it’s often misspelled, because Pittsburgh is one of the few American cities to be spelled with an h at the end of a burg suffix. However, it's a little known fact that Pittsburgh was was officially spelled "Pittsburg" from 1890 until 1911. Locals commonly abbreviate Pittsburgh as PGH instead of using the traditional airport code of PIT. Timeless and versatile, our tri-blend tee will quickly become your favorite tee. Made from a cotton and polyester blend, with a touch of rayon. Lightweight, breathable and has a subtle texture to give it an authentic vintage look. It's pre-laundered for an extremely soft feel, and it may shrink a bit on the first wash and dry.