Bombers Primary Logo
The St. Louis Bombers is a professional basketball team that has been in existence since the early 1900s. The primary logo of the team has gone through many changes over time, but it still remains an iconic representation of the franchise and its long history.
The original logo for the St. Louis Bombers was designed by Carl Schurz in 1909 and featured a red shield with white lettering spelling out “StL B” on top, as well as two crossed lightning bolts below it to represent power and speed associated with their name – bombers! This design remained unchanged until 1930 when they switched to an image of a bomb set against a yellow background surrounded by stars, which was meant to symbolize America's military strength during World War II at that time period.
In 1960, after changing ownership several times throughout its history,the new owners decided to update their branding once again and this resulted in what we now know today as "the classic" bomber logo featuring an eagle soaring above clouds while holding onto bombs ready for deployment; this design became so popular amongst fans that even after more than 50 years later it continues being used as one of their official logos! With such strong symbolism behind each iteration - from strength & speed (1909) through patriotism & protection (1960s) - there is no doubt why these logos have stood testaments over generations representing loyalty towards both players & supporters alike who have followed them all along way since day one: Go STL Bombers!!
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1947 - 1950
Wordmark “St. Louis” and “BOMBERS” in red with the letter “O” being a basketball above a basket and a hand going after the ball.