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Photo in Jamestown RI. A trendy graduation banner floral in burgundy and green, for a future graduating doctor or nurse featuring an elegant modern script graduate typography in burgundy. Personalize with your name, doctor or nurse, class year and university. and Jamestown, Virginia, vintage travel poster. Classic USA Sailship vacation poster. or Jamestown, Pocahontas, John Smith, Colonial National Historic Park and more Virginia history with the vibrant image on bags, earrings, wall art, tumblers, phone cases. and other gifts. Great for the american history fan. + Jamestown, Virginia, vintage travel poster. Classic USA Sailship vacation poster.. Jamestown, Virginia, vintage travel poster. Classic USA Sailship vacation poster....Floral wreath graduation party banner, with pink and marsala flowers, gold confetti and ring of gold leaves. Customize for your graduation party. The design on the Erie Railroad’s bridge over Main Street in Jamestown is a reminder that Jamestown was halfway between Chicago and New York on the railroad’s mainline. This image by Stephanie Bussman and Peter Lombardi is inspired by the bridge and by mid-century design. Chicago and New York mileage figures were taken from an Erie Railroad route schedule. and Blast from the past. The Colony Motel in Jamestown, New York. Back of postcard reads that rooms have television AND telephone. Postmarked 1960. Wonder if it's still around? From my personal collection of vintage postcards.? This is a vintage map of Jamestown New York originally produced in 1871., Jamestown, Virginia, vintage travel poster. Classic USA Sailship vacation poster. or Inspired by Massimo Vignelli’s classic subway diagrams, Dean Liebau’s and Peter Lombardi’s “Jamestown Subway Map” portrays a fantasy transit system for the Greater Jamestown area. The routes depicted in the map are based on trolley lines that operated in the Jamestown area between the 1890s and 1930s, when electrified streetcars were a dominant means of passenger travel within the region., The beautiful ruins of the Jamestown Settlement in Virginia.. The beautiful Newport Bridge is all dressed up on this gorgeous night with the town of Newport in the background. Photographed from the shore of Jamestown, this exquisite bridge is a sight. ! From the largest and most comprehensive cartographic collection in the world, Zazzle brings you this commemorative poster print featuring a panoramic view of the city of Jamestown, North Dakota was originally produced by Beck & Pauli, Lithographers in 1883. The map identifies the street names and points of interest in Jamestown more than a century ago. The printed detail is outstanding.. Creating a panoramic map was an enormous task that took a commissioned map maker months to complete. The artist would build a map through a series of panels broken down by streets, rivers and mountain ranges. He would literally walk down the street sketching buildings, trees, people and landmarks to create each individual panel. Once all the panels were joined together, an incredibly detailed panoramic covering an entire city unfurled. The Library of Congress holds over 1,500 panoramic maps which have been carefully scanned using state of the art high resolution imaging and are now available to the public at America's finest historic map depot, Terra Prints - Classic. Looking for modern, high-resolution satellite imagery covering your favorite city, fishing lake, or national park? Based upon on the style of mid-century railroad maps and travel brochures, the “Erie Railroad Map” image by Stephanie Bussman and Peter Lombardi depicts the course of the railroad’s mainline between New York and Chicago as a simplified sine wave, with Jamestown as the route’s “midpoint metropolis.” or A reproduction of a vintage post card shows the James Prendergrast Free Library, Jamestown, New York. This item is of archival quality, high resolution, it has been retouched, recolored in areas, cropped and enhanced. This assures that your item will print with the highest quality possible. Because this is a vintage image, there may be slight imperfections. or Jamestown, Pocahontas, John Smith, Colonial National Historic Park and more Virginia history with the vibrant image on bags, earrings, wall art, tumblers, phone cases. and other gifts. Great for the american history fan. or A 1606 map of Virginia Colony, at the time of the founding of Jamestown. ! A reproduction of a vintage postcard shows Sheldon Hall, Chautauqua Lake, Jamestown NY 1909 This item is of archival quality, high resolution of 600 ppi, it has been retouched, recolored in areas, cropped and enhanced. This assures that your item will print with the highest quality possible.. The First Day at Jamestown, 14th May 1607, from 'The Romance and Tragedy of Pioneer Life' by Augustus L. Mason, 1883 | by William Ludlow Sheppard | Art Location: Private Collection | American Artist | Image Collection Number: BAL124152...From the largest and most comprehensive cartographic collection in the world, Zazzle brings you this commemorative poster print featuring a panoramic view of the city of Jamestown, New York was originally drawn by H. Brosius and A. F. Poole in 1882. The map identifies the street names and points of interest in Jamestown more than a century ago. The printed detail is outstanding. or "Chautauqualand" is a design co-created by Dean Liebau and Peter Lombardi to evoke the Chautauqua Lake region of the early 20th century -- a time when visitors and residents traveled between points of interest along the lake by trolley, railroad, and steamboat. Jamestown is depicted as the hub that tied the region's transportation systems and economy together. This period preceding the emergence of the automobile as a dominant mode of travel was crucial in shaping much of the urban landscape that comprises contemporary Jamestown. + “Jamestown Architecture” is a design co-created by Brenda Stynes and Peter Lombardi to serve as the cover illustration for “Jamestown, New York: A Guide to the City and its Urban Landscape.” Executed in colors evoking Depression-era mural and poster art, the illustration depicts several Jamestown landmarks as well as common features of the urban landscape. (or) Based upon on the style of mid-century railroad maps and travel brochures, the “Erie Railroad Map” image by Stephanie Bussman and Peter Lombardi depicts the course of the railroad’s mainline between New York and Chicago as a simplified sine wave, with Jamestown as the route’s “midpoint metropolis.” with Chuck Haney / DanitaDelimont.com USA, North America, North Dakota,