The king of the jungle...in Indianapolis? It happened (it didn't) and this 11 x 17 print is the proof (not really). Comes with this description:
After the successful capture and display of “The Great Ape” in 1933 by intrepid explorer Cooper Merian, the show (which was sold out in New York) was taken on the road. All went well until the stop in Indianapolis at the Indiana Theater and Ballroom. Despite dozens of performances where the great iron chains held the beast in place, this time things went wrong. The ape escaped and rampaged throughout downtown Indianapolis, eventually ending up at the Soldiers & Sailors Monument in Monument Circle.
This vintage (looking) 11 x 17 inch print commemorating the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 and its Otherworldly Cause looks great on any wall. The description of this pivotal moment...
Chicago, Illinois is famous for its elevated trains, but do you know why they exist?! Find out in this 11 x 17 inch print. Comes with this description: As the...
Enjoy this elegant evocation of a time long past in Illinois' history with an 11 x 17 inch print. Comes with this description: Although many know it either as a...
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