Vintage: Humboldt Park 1908

Vintage: Humboldt Park 1908

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Vintage: Humboldt Park 1908

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In 1869 the northernmost park of the West Park System was named in honor of Baron Freidrich Heinrich Alexander Von Humboldt, the famous German scientist and explorer. In 1905, deteriorating and unfinished areas of Humboldt Park allowed landscape architect Jens Jensen to experiment with his evolving Prairie style. For instance, Jensen extended the park's existing lagoon into a long meandering "prairie river." This photograph of a tree being transplanted in Humboldt Park is dated 1908.

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Stickers are printed on either 3 mil. glossy white vinyl or 4 mil. glossy clear vinyl with an eco-solvent printer & ink. Available in 2", 3", 4", and 6" sizes for variety. Kiss cut resulting in the perfect color & finish for delicate designs. Calendered vinyl surface with permanent acrylic adhesive so they stick around for a long time.

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