This Steamboat Minnehaha illustration is part of the State Icons series. The steamboat made its debut as a transportation method for Lake Minnetonka residents in 1906, but was scuttled in 1926. She lay at the bottom of the lake until she was discovered in 1980. After restoration, she returned to service in 1996.
- Maroon, gold, rust, red, blue, grey, and black illustration
- Giclee print using archival paper and inks, so it will last a lifetime
- Comes in a simple, black, handmade wooden frame (approx. 3.75" x 3.25" total) with recycled glass
- Each illustration is signed by the artist
- Frame is thick in depth, so it can stand on its own on a flat surface, or it can hang on the wall via a sawtooth hanger that's attached to the back
- Frame is handmade by On The Level Woodworking
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Illustrations by Christy Johnson, United Goods; copyright United Goods
Proudly made in the USA.