1883 Birds-eye Map View of Duluth

This week‘s featured design from Zenith City Press’s line of vintage reproduction art comes from our line of birds-eye maps created by lithographer Henry Wellge (1850-1917). This digital restoration depicts Duluth, Originally produced in black-and-white, we have retained the aged look of prints archived by the Library of Congress. These amazing maps show actual buildings and other landmarks that stood in Duluth at the time the drawing was made and although not entirely accurate, give the viewer a fairly good idea of what Duluth looked like in 1883, four years from regaining the city status it lost n the 1870s, as it was emerging from the depths of economic depression and booming its way back.

This design is available as a print (framed or unframed on canvas, art paper, metal, or wood) and coffee mugs, and details from the design are available as greeting cards, throw pillows, fleece blankets, towels, yoga mats, tote bags, and puzzles. Want it on something else? Email us and we’ll see if we can make it available!

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