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Size:24x36 Inch

Published during a time of great prosperity and population growth, this detailed bird’s eye perspective of Asheville show’s the city thriving after the turn of the century. By 1900 Asheville was the third-largest city in North Carolina and had experienced this significant growth spurred by expanded access with the completion of the Western North Carolina Railroad. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville was established at the confluence of the French Broad and Swannanoa Rivers. 

Produced by prominent and prolific American cartographer and illustrator Thaddeus Mortimer Fowler. He is best known for this style of bird’s eye perspective, which was wildly popular from the late nineteenth century until the 1920s. Fowler produced numerous perspectives throughout the East Coast. His work is held in collections at Pennsylvania State University, Yale, and Boston Public Library. After working for his uncle as a photographer, Fowler started his own lithography company. Bird’s eye perspectives served as marketing materials to attract residents and industrialists alike. Merchants and residents would also display them to show civic pride. 

Asheville had the first electric street railway in North Carolina, which was completed in 1889; these were replaced by buses in 1934. The city’s prosperity was fueled by a robust lumber industry and a burgeoning manufacturing industry that was taking hold across the Midwest and Western regions of North Carolina. Fowler’s distinctive aesthetic and unique style immediately transports the viewer back in time, creating a link between the past and present. This is truly an authentic piece of American cartographical history. 

Our museum quality giclee print comes printed with archival ink on premium heavyweight matte paper. This eye-catching vintage map reproduction print makes the perfect gift for anyone that loves history and imagery.

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