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Lithographs of New York in 1904 drawn by Joseph Pennell. No. 10, Union Square J. Pennell

Lithographs of New York in 1904 drawn by Joseph Pennell. No. 10, Union Square J. Pennell

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Summary

Print shows a bird's-eye view of Union Square in New York City, with pedestrians in the park, also showing trees and street lamps, with tall buildings in the background.
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Signed with lithographic crayon on lower right.
Paper has a small watermark at lower center showing the letter "V".
Paper is blindstamped on lower left corner with windmill design labeled "Gott Schütze die Marke".
In portfolio: Lithographs of New York in 1904 drawn by Joseph Pennell. The Society of Iconophiles : New York, 1905.
Portfolio includes contents sheet on laid paper with large watermark at center of a human figure standing on a ball with a jumprope, facing left.

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01/01/1905
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new york
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