Alexandria River Monster

This humorous piece of art is printed on 11 x 17 inch 100lb paper, and comes with this description: This lovely birds-eye-view of Alexandria, VA dates from 1863, in the midst of the Civil War. This explains the attention to details such as the Quartermaster’s office and Military Governor’s location as well as an illustration of the Potomac Plague, the giant tentacled river monster that caused havoc with military and commerce ships alike.

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