Martian Saucer Craft in Down-town Pittsburgh

Down-town Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania might be difficult to traverse in these modern times, but imagine adding interstellar traffic to that kerfuffle! You won't have to imagine in with this 11 x 17 inch print. 

Comes with this description: A bustling scene on Liberty Ave and Wood Street in downtown Pittsburgh, highlighted by the appearance of a Martian floating disc, what some might call a “flying saucer.” While sightings of these alien ships are rare today, in the early 1900s (when this foto-graph was taken), these crafts were a common site as Martians freely participated in the Pittsburgh Stock Exchange, trading their alien technologies for livestock and other undisclosed “good and services.”




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