Perspective Map of the City of Helena, Mont. Capital of State, County Seat of Lewis & Clarke Co.

American Publishing Co.

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Place Published: Milwaukee
Publisher: American Publishing Co.
Date Published: 1890

Description: Birds-Eye view. Uncolored lithograph. Image measures 26.5" x 39.25".

Comments: Great birds-eye view panorama of Helena Montana. The detailed pictogram style street plan is surrounded by an inset panoramic view of the east side of Lenox and Corbin and 16 notable buildings including Ketchum, DeNoielle & Co., Nick Kesslers Brewery, the private residence of W.E. Cox, Hotel Helena, Merchants National Bank, Northern Pacific Repair shops, Round House and surroundings, Wallace-Thornburgh Lumber Co., Helena Daily Journal, Journal Publishing Company, W.B. Richard's Real Estate, Helena National Bank, Bailey Block (Jackson's Music House), Montana National Bank, Granite Block & Annex, First National Bank and Broadwater's Hotel and Natatorium. A gazetteer lists additional public buildings, hotels, railroads, street cars, schools, newspapers and churches. At the bottom center under the title of the image: "Compliments of Kessler's Brewery, Nicholas Kessler, Proprietor, Helena - Montana." In beautiful condition.

Binding: unbound
Condition: near fine
Language: English
Type: Maps

Book ID: 217897

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