Our archivists were thrilled when they uncovered this fine historic print of an unique view of Central Park, complete with an appearance by an unique monster. This is an 11 x 17 inch reproduction which comes with this description:
Initially opened in 1857 and then expanded by the original architects in 1873, Central Park remains the crown jewel of the New York City parks system. Unfortunately, with its lush vegetation, numerous lakes & streams, and contoured landscape, the park has been a magnet for monsters and alien activity almost since its creation. The most notorious of these would be the 1873 attack by the Great Monster, who ventured from his home in the marshy swamps of Brooklyn to the park, laying waste to much of the new construction as seen here in this fine lithograph.
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