View of Pittsburgh circa 1902

This hand-drawn view of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania includes a key to such interesting items as the Exposition buildings, various railroad terminals, and Minnie the Monongahela Monster. A handsome 11 x 17 digital print, it's ready to go on the wall and impress your houseguests.

Comes with this description:

This charming map, hand drawn by Mr. T. M. Fowler of Morrisville, PA, shows a bird’s-eye view of the city at the turn of the century. Of particular interest are the exposition grounds at the Point (including a roller-coaster!), the numerous railroad stations, and the appearance of Minnie, the Monongahela Monster. One can practically hear the cries of a ruddy-faced dock worker shouting that “Ol’ Minnie’s got herself another one!”





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