NANTASKET BEACH, Hull, Massachusetts-Whimsical Poster
A whimsical poster depicting Nantasket Beach. In 1825, Paul Warrick established "The Sportsman Hotel" on Nantasket Avenue. Later, more hotels were built and steamboats made three trips a day between Nantasket Beach and Boston in the 1840s. Ralph Waldo Emerson spent time at Nantaskett in July 1841, reflecting on "the beauty of the good" and "the book of flesh and blood"  In 1909, an amusement area called Paragon Park was built adjacent to the beach. This was closed in 1985.
Framing is available.
Framed posters include drymounting, UV filtering glass, and your choice of six mouldings, wired and ready to hang upon delivery. All mouldings are approximately 1.5" wide. Please factor in an additional 3" to the listed size for framed items.
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