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 cosmopolitan metropolis or as the hog-butchering capital of the world, most people are not familiar with Chicago's rough and tumble beginnings. Even as early as 1820, the time this print depicts, the city was still troubled by prehistoric monsters who roamed the grounds freely. Early settlers were warned to take precautions against these dino-saurus creatures. Eventually the arrival of the railroad and mighty Lady Industry spelled the death of these majestic, lumbering creatures.
"Christmas time / is here / Monsters do / we fear" - ah who doesn't love that classic refrain from the annual special "The Monster that Ate Christmas"? My favorite...
Not all aliens are bad! Some Martians are helpful, like this one delivering a Christmas tree on the twelfth day of Christmas! Share some holiday humor with your friends this...
What fine old knickerbocker wouldn't be happy to have this 11 x 17 map hanging on their wall? Comes with this description: Rogers, Peet, & Co. produced this wonderfully colorful...
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