The king of the jungle...in Indianapolis? It happened (it didn't) and this 11 x 17 print is the proof (not really). Comes with this description:
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. All went well until the stop in Indianapolis at the Indiana Theater and Ballroom. Despite dozens of performances where the great iron chains held the beast in place, this time things went wrong. The ape escaped and rampaged throughout downtown Indianapolis, eventually ending up at the Soldiers & Sailors Monument in Monument Circle.
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...
Beautiful Long Island Sound is the setting for a titanic battle between Captain Keen and Doctor Dire in this 11 x 17 inch print. Enjoy the struggle against the Doctor's...
Ah, High Street! Jewel of Columbus, center of commerce and industry! Home to UFOs! Comes with this description: "1905, Columbus Ohio: The down-town area of Columbus Ohio bustled with activity...
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