Suitable for framing, this 11 x 17 inch print details a lost period of Midwest history. Enjoy!
Comes with this description: After being rousted from his slumber in the coal mines of West Virginia, the great beast of the Allegheny began making his way West through the currents of the Ohio river, stopping to wreak havoc in Cincinnati on April 8, 1899. The City of Seven Hills proved no match for the monster as he strode through the downtown region before finally crossing the river and disappearing into the wilds of Kentucky. The whereabouts of the creature are currently unknown although a beast matching the description has been seen in the Far East.
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