Hennepin Avenue in Downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1908,
Fantastic historic view of Hennepin Avenue in 1908 looking north. On the left is the Masonic Temple (now Hennepin Center for the Arts) at 6th and Hennepin with the West Hotel (demolished in 1940) down the block at 5th and Hennepin. On the right is the Builders Exchange at 5th and Hennepin. This majestic print would add stately elegance to any wall.
Available in three custom frame styles:
The Derby is our most popular wood frame style, with a flat profile face that is 1 ¼” wide. It’s made from a North American hardwood (Poplar) that’s finger-jointed and finished with a decorative wood pattern wrap. This eco-friendly approach allows us to ship sturdy, high-quality, consistently colored & patterned natural wood frames. Made in America.
The Hanover is a thinner, rounded metal frame style, with a profile face that is ⅜” wide. It’s made from extruded aluminum that’s either anodized or powder-coated (processes to create a decorative, durable, and corrosion-resistant finish). Made in America.
The Granby is our ornate wood frame style, with a flat profile face that is 1 ⅜” wide. It’s made from a North American hardwood (Poplar) that’s finger-jointed, decoratively pressed, and finished with an antique-style gilded pattern wrap. Made in America.