Panorama of New York City - 1879
This reproduction panorama map of New York City was drawn by J. W. Williams for Root & Tinker in 1879. It features a bird's-eye view of New York four years before the Brooklyn Bridge was completed. From Washington Square northward on Fifth, Madison and Lexington avenues and Broadway constant views of superb churches, residences and business palaces could be seen. 23rd St. was graced with the buildings of the Y. M. C. A., the Masonic Temple, Booth's Theatre, the Musical College and Art Gallery, while adjacent Fourth Avenue, in 1879, was crowded with elegant churches and hotels. Root & Tinker were proprietors of The Clothier and Hatter, 86 Duane Street, New York.
This beautifully colored panoramic view map of New York from 1879 shows streets, buildings, and shipping traffic.
By: J.W Williams
Prints: Museum quality prints on thick and durable matte paper which are acid free. They are made to last longer than the antique posters themselves.
Canvas: Ploy-cotton blend canvas that are about 20 millimeter thick and are fade resistant. They are professionally hand stretched and glued to solid wooden bars and are treated with a matte finish coating.
Frames: Light weight and durable frames with acrylite front protector that are shatter proof and optically pure.
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