Rare Cincinnati Map Circa 1912 - Linen-Backed Archival Framing with Museum Glass
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Rare map of Cincinnati circa 1912 was produced by Mendenhall’s to show the latest annexations of the industrial city. This particular map was a part of the personal and working collection of C. E. Sherman, a state of Ohio engineer. As plans advanced for an underground rail system, Sherman used this map to plot sewage lines. Although never complete, many tunnels were built for this project and still exist. The map is linen backed and framed with archival materials and museum glass.
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Good, distressed condition. Wear with age throughout.
38"W x 39"H