"It can't happen here!" That's what the people of Cleveland said when they saw a famous ape loose in New York City atop the skyscrapers. Yet this 8.5 x 11 inch print offers "proof" that the Great Ape was once loose in Ohio!
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After the successful capture and display of “The Great Ape” in 1933 by intrepid explorer Cooper Merian, the show (which was sold out in New York) was taken on the road. After some problems with the show in Indianapolis, citizens of Cleveland were assured that it was virtually impossible for the monster to break free from his chains and run rampant throughout the town. Obviously this was not the case.
This hand-drawn view of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania includes a key to such interesting items as the Exposition buildings, various railroad terminals, and Minnie the Monongahela Monster. A handsome 11 x 17...
This 11 x 17 inch digital print features the likeness of a well-known movie monster wreaking havoc over Pittsburgh & Allegheny in 1876. Hang it on your wall and see...
Share your love of giant tentacles causing havoc with the world! This 1.25 inch soft enamel pin is full of rich detail and bright colors, perfect to stand out in...
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