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 in Illinois history reads:
"The Great Fire at Chicago, Oct 8th, 1871. The Great Fire commenced on Sunday evening, Oct 8th and continued until Tuesday, Oct 10th, consuming the Business portion of the City, Public Buildings, Hotels, Interstellar trading depots, Newspaper Offices, Rail-Road depots, and extending over an area of Five Square Miles. The fire began when Immigrant Aliens, feeling cheated in a business transaction, took to the skies in their Floating Saucer Crafts and employed their Destructo-Ray. Interstellar Trading was suspended in Chicago soon after the fire."
"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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