An 11 x 17 inch reproduction of a gem from the Detroit Photographic Company, enjoy this view of downtown Memphis.
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This picture captures all the hustle and bustle of downtown Memphis in 1906. The new streetcar line sits in the middle of the street while restaurants & hotels line the avenue. In the distance, the Memphis Monster (or Tennessee Tortoise, depending on the locality) offers a wave as he crosses the street. The Monster was a mutated giant turtle who lived mainly in the swamps and marshes across the river, but often visited the downtown area and schools, thereby securing his reputation as a “friend to children.”
Relive the days gone by when mighty Steam-boats traversed our nation's waterways and sea serpents flourished in the rivers with this 11 x 17 print. Comes with this description: April...
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...
Zombies in Atlanta! Learn more about it with this 11 x 17 inch print. Comes with this description: This hand-drawn map of Atlanta, Georgia dates from 1864 and was commissioned...
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