1930s Gateway Park Spun Minneapolis Minnesota Two Scenes Polyester Lumbar Pillow
Front has a scene at Gateway Park, near Washington and Hennepin, in 1939. Hotel Nicollet is in the background left. Gateway Park was demolished in the early 1960s as part of the Minneapolis Gateway Renewal project, which cleared 22 blocks of Downtown Minneapolis.
Back has a historic scene at one of the many missions in the Gateway district of downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Minneapolis Holiness Mission was located at 114 Hennepin Avenue. This building, like most in the Gateway district, was demolished in the early 1960s.
Own a piece of Minneapolis history!
Add this beautiful spun-polyester lumbar pillow to your home decor pieces today. It comes with a stuffing pillow included. The casing is made of a spun polyester fabric that is inherently mildew and water-resistant. It has a hidden beige zipper to maintain a finished and stylish look.
.: 100% Polyester cover
.: 100% Polyester removable insert
.: Double-sided print
.: Concealed zipper