1931 Pictorial Map of Minnesota History Foam Portrait
Pictorial map of Minnesota history with decorative title cartouche and compass rose oriented with the north to the upper right. Shows earliest trade routes and roads, rivers, cities, and towns, Includes small illustrations of buildings, crops, Indian reservations, historical events, and various steamers with dated historical notes. The text at left describes the geology, exploration, and notable events in the history of Duluth and Minneapolis/ St. Paul. Vignettes at the top show the Development of Transportation and Industry, with the state seal in the center, and at the bottom titled "Nineteen Men and a Woman Who Have Helped Make Minnesota History"
Turn your art into a beautiful foam board print. The smooth texture intensifies the image's natural look and feel. The foam board prints are very versatile, available in various sizes and perfect for multiple uses.
Museum-quality poster made on long-lasting matte (uncoated) archival paper. Originally published by the Minneapolis Branch of the American Association of University Women in 1931. Image courtesy David Rumsey Historical Map Collection.
- Easy stick on and take off the wall
- Strong, rigid and amazingly lightweight
- Mounting kit included