Bird's Eye View
(Town of Stockbridge)
Glendale, Massachusetts 1890 (Town of
L. R. Burleigh
18" x 24" or 24" x 36"
(original size 14" x 24")
This charming old view of Glendale is one of a series of
"bird's eye" views made of town centers in the
late 1800s. These attractive lithographs were drawn as if
the artist were suspended in a hot air balloon. Each view
shows fascinating details, right down to doors and windows
thanks to the artists' skilled three dimensional drawing. To see a more detailed copy
of the view,
click here. The image you see is in low-resolution,
but will allow you to see which streets and house are shown.
A detailed section is below.
Available in two sizes: 18" x 24"
or 24" x36" (enlarged) . The larger size is more useful for viewing by groups of people.
This makes a nice wall decoration for public places such as
office lobbies, restaurants etc.
Inkjet printing on heavy white bond
paper. Shipped rolled in a tube.
Bird's-Eye View of Glendale,
18" x 24"
$20.00 + $8 s/h
Bird's-Eye View of Glendale, Massachusetts 1890
LARGE 24" x 36"
$30.00 + $8 s/h