Paul Bunyan and Babe in Bemidji Minnesota 1980 Framed Print
Beautiful picture of Minnesota's native son, Paul Bunyan, and his faithful sidekick, Babe the Blue Ox, at the ever-popular tourist attraction on Lake Bemidji in Bemidji, Minnesota. This will look fantastic on your home, office, or cabin wall, and makes a great gift as well! Nothing is more Minnesotan than Paul Bunyan - except maybe hotdish.
The original photo was taken by John Margolies in 1980 and resides in the Library of Congress.
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.